Long a major force in American education, new Roman Catholic elementary and secondary schools continue to open in such geographically diverse locations as Atlanta, Minneapolis, and Orlando.
Charter schools are publicly funded, tuition-free schools of choice that have greater autonomy than traditional public schools.
Among the numerous definitions for distance learning, three in particular stand out.
From the first federal land ordinances of the 1780s through major judicial decisions like Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1954) and George W. Bush’s 2001 promise to leave no child behind. . .
Parents send their child to school to spend the day in the company of educators. This simple everyday act removes their children from the physical control of their parents.