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Online Instruction Can (and Does) Work for Students with Disabilities

Education in America came to a virtual standstill after schools were ordered closed in a nationwide effort to contain the spread of...

They Didn’t Get to Say Goodbye

I have spent the week having flashbacks to a Friday in 2001 when I sobbed in my classroom. It was the middle...

Yes, We Are Overwhelmed but Together We Can and Will Keep Kids Learning and Engaged

I wish my kids loved to read. But they don’t. They don’t even like it very much. And this may present a...

Coronavirus: The Second Half of the Chessboard

Okay so there was this King who was looking for a game to keep him busy and someone presented him with Chess....

Parents Should Be Able to Observe their Children’s Classrooms Any Time

Erika Sanzi, former educator and education writer (and chief editor here at Project Forever Free), shared an article on Twitter about a proposed classroom observation...

Denying Children School Choice Endangers their Safety

Families should be confident their children are safe when they are at school. But New York’s district-run schools are unfortunately not living up to that...

For Progressives, Solidarity with the Black Community Comes with Conditions

Progressives seem to have a problem when it comes to their claim of solidarity with the black community—it turns out that their...

Not Needing Help With School Work Is Not the Same as Not Needing Help at All

On the first day of his second freshman year in high school, Steven scored a 32 on the ACT, easily double our...