Majority of Southerners Support Increased Education Spending

A recent large-scale poll illustrates just how much people in the South support public education. After results of The Education Poll of the South were analyzed, it was found that 84% of the respondents believe that the state should adjust school funding to achieve more parity between communities. Additionally, 57% of respondents were willing to […]... Read More

Inspiring Teachers Making a Difference

Stop for a moment and think about the teachers that inspired you to keep giving your best. Day after day, they were there encouraging you to keep trying. Perhaps, it was the high-school-science teacher who helped you construct your first rocket that inspired your astronomy career. it may have been your junior-high-social-studies teacher who made […]... Read More

Tebow Bill Shot Down, Southeasterners Want To See Public School Spending Go Up

The Education Poll of the South recently surveyed educators, parents, and community members from the twelve states it serves regarding their attitudes towards public education. Collectively, the Southeastern think tank found that the average voter was in favor of beefing up spending on public education. Public Education Is Highly Valued In 2018’s Southeast Of 2,200-odd […]... Read More

Public Education in Arizona Set for Change with Proposed Law

At his first official address for 2017, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey delivered a substantial portion of his speech to talking about Proposition 123, which is considered by many to be a reform of the state’s school system.   The amendments and improvements being proposed include a new funding system that would stay ahead of the […]... Read More

Small-county School District Expanding

In spite of the recent pessimism and negativity toward public education and the education system in general, in Beaufort–a small county in South Carolina–the public school district is experiencing a growing influx of new students. Over the past 4 years, the number of students enrolled in Beaufort Schools has grown by more than 2500, and […]... Read More