This week, instead of writing about another current event, we’re sharing one of our own pieces that has been featured on the Georgia Public Policy Foundation website. Check it out!
In 2014, a group of working-class immigrant parents in Anaheim, California wanted better education for their children and invoked the “Parent Trigger Law.” Is it a crime to advocate for your kids? Follow their story on today’s blog.
Teachers need more time and money to do the important work they do in the classroom. The majority of people would say, “Yes! I want to help teachers.” But at the end of the day, when taxpayers are asked to pass bills that allocate more money to the public school system, they are often not in favor of it. So, where is the disconnect? Perhaps the issue can be found in stories like Maspeth…
The Wall Street Journal wrote“New York lost almost 38,000 people age 25 to 39 last year, a decline that was roughly twice the size that it experienced each of the previous three years.” And the Big Apple isn’t alone. Millennial migration patterns on the blog this week.