Through its Simulated Workplace Program (SWP), West Virginia is changing the culture of career and technical education (CTE), changing the way students learn at school and gain work experience, and simultaneously helping to meet the demand for skilled labor in the state.
Many challenges have contributed to the hollowing out of rural communities and the economic decline of distant towns in Appalachia and other rural areas throughout the nation.
Imagine being placed in handcuffs for throwing a “temper tantrum.” Now imagine being six years old. This is what happened to Kaia Rolle on September 20 in Orlando, Fla.
When it comes to urban education in America, no reforms have caused more controversy over the last two decades than the proliferation of charter schools.