I found it strange that a story in the Providence Journal on stimulus funds for education made no mention of the possibility of winning competitive funds. Then I saw their other big education story of the day. I’ve participated in providing testimony for education lawsuits in multiple states, but I still have questions about the legal process. In a lawsuit such as this, how does our societal obligation to provide students with the best possible education get weighed in with the legal obligations of NCLB, state law, collective bargaining agreements, etc?
–Guestblogger Celine Coggins, Founder of Teach Plus