An investigative report from Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal’s office charges 178 Atlanta Public Schools teachers and administrators with falsifying students’ state standardized tests.
Teachers receive job evaluations much like workers in other professions; except the “satisfactory” rates for teaching usually lie somewhere in the high 90th percentiles, according to an Education N
The Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, also known as the Dodd-Frank Act, is a law with consequences for every part of the financial system.
The massive and complex package of proposed health exchange rules released recently by the U.S.
Florida’s tourism industry brings in more than $60 billion each year and is the state’s most profitable industry.
Legislation to create a new federal earthquake insurance backstop is currently being considered in Congress.
The 25-five-year-old federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) doesn’t protect individuals’ data stored remotely in the Internet “cloud” (such as gmail, mobileme, and skydrive).
The two major forces of a hurricane—wind and water—can do grave damage to homes.