In another truly awesome move, Mississippi, which earlier this week introduced legislation that would “bar counties and towns from enacting rules that require calorie counts to be posted, that cap portion sizes, or that keep toys out of kids’ meals,” is now working on education counter reform.
The Associated Press:
House members want Mississippians to keep their elected school superintendents.
And they don't think would-be teachers should need to score 21 on the ACT.
In a surprising development, the state of California, unable to raise the necessary funds to meet full demand for its community colleges courses, may begin offering community college classes via massive open online courses (MOOCs), classes designed for large-scale participation and open access via the Internet.
California Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg, a Democrat, today introduced legislation that would, as Kevin Carey explains, allow
Waitlisted students... to take online