It’s been a long time coming, but still there is no verdict.
In fact, it’s been so long since Hope Academy Broadway Campus et. al. v. White Hat Management was filed (December 30, 2013) and argued (September 23, 2014) before the Supremes that many folks have forgotten about the case.
But then maybe that’s the method in charter world – a method that’s also taught in law schools: delay, delay. We know that in some protracted disputes, principals in a case die. Certainly, all get older and people forget. So … delay.
Three months ago, a friend in Texas […]Full Story... →
According the Keene Sentinel, Ohio Gov. John Kasich was scheduled to attend four events in New Hampshire on Saturday, including the College Republicans summit in Manchester, an afternoon town hall at the Iber Holmes Gove Middle School in Raymond followed by the chili fest in Stratham and the beer and barbecue bash in Dover.
While Gov. Kasich was retail campaigning in a small state where he’s spent millions to promote himself to people who don’t know him, back home in Columbus, where he and his record are well known, the Ohio Democratic Party’s executive committee met and adopted a resolution […]Full Story... →
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