Education in the News


Every week there are stories in the news having to do with education. They're written from the point of view of the news reporter. There are also editorials online and in print media. Few of them are reported from a teacher's perspective.

The articles listed in this section of my website express my take on what is going on in the news regarding education. They also cover my opinions on educational topics that should be in the news, but aren’t. I taught from 1971 until my recent retirement. I have years of experience, know-how and opinions to share.

For daily updates on other topics that may help Pre-K through High School students on the road to free college, check out my Twitter Feed, @elizawallace27. Families should research any scholarship or university which students may wish to pursue. Be sure the university or college is accredited, respected and offers a full program in his/her field of interest. Make certain any Full Ride Scholarship found pays for everything, and does not include student loans.


Below are links to articles about education in the news that have appeared on this site. Many others are stored in the Blog Archive. 


Teach Your Students to Outwork "Smart"





College Loans and the Pay Gap

Debate on Classroom Seating

Why is College Tuition so High?




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