On Oct 28, 2014, Roy Beck of NUMBERSUSA spoke to ICON on current major issues regarding our immigration policies. During the talk, he made the following major points: Current immigration policies are encouraging mass immigration. This is primarily responsible for the government’s recent projections that by 2060 there will be solid urban development from Atlanta […]
Bob Luebke, who will be one of our featured speakers on Thursday, Sept 19th, 6:30 (at the JCC), responds to a recent op-ed on Common Core Standards. Take a look at Luebke’s analysis and let us know what you think.
Unified state government, expansion of charter schools cited as reasons By Dan Way Nov. 19th, 2012 AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. — The number of students attending public charter schools continues to rise, and Durham Public Schools is ranked 21st nationally, the only district in North Carolina with 10 percent or more of its students in charter […]
RALEIGH — School choice advocates won several high-profile battles this year over bills to expand and strengthen the charter school movement and to award private school vouchers to students struggling in public schools. “The great news for families is that the charter school reforms approved by the legislature provide even more high-quality educational options for […]