It’s a wrap: Mar. 4 “The Brenner Brief” radio show

Sara Marie Brenner

This week’s edition of The Brenner Brief Radio Show with Sara Marie Brenner covered all the latest including sequestration, the Medicaid expansion, gun control, and school choice. Last week was the one year anniversary of Andrew Breitbart’s passing. As with so many other conservatives, Andrew’s war cry was an inspiration to Sara Marie. To listen […]

Humor for the day: why Americans fail — the evolution in teaching math

This is a “funny” we came across on Facebook. It’s interesting, because it is somewhat accurate, yet in a humorous way. Sometimes it takes a laugh to point out ridiculousness — or in this case, failures. Last week I purchased a burger at a fast food restaurant for $1.58. The counter girl took my $ 2 and I […]

HELP WANTED: Final day of National School Choice Week

National School Choice Week needs your help Saturday morning! As National School Choice Week 2013 draws to a close, we want to make sure as many people hear our message as possible. Tomorrow morning at 8:30am EST, National School Choice Week President Andrew Campanella will go on CSPAN‘s Washington Journal. You can help us make […]

National School Choice Week kicks off today!

This morning, National School Choice Week (NSCW) sent an email to supporters launching NSCW! The week is Jan. 27 – Feb. 2, and today is the kick-off day with 3500 event across the country in the next week. It’s kickoff day. I know we’ve been sending you a lot of emails recently. This one’s just […]

10 tips to uncover waste, fraud and abuse in your school

Originally posted on WatchdogWire.com by Sara Marie Brenner: National School Choice Week is Jan. 27 – Feb. 2. This past Wednesday, Watchdog Wire hosted a webinar with Bruno Behrend, a senior fellow for education policy at The Heartland Institute. Behrend answered questions about education in America, school choice, vouchers and what citizen watchdog journalists can […]

D.C. schools may drop required government course

Is there a better way for the government to control the minds of young people than to not teach them about the inner-workings of the government? Apparently, the D.C. school districts — known for their repeated failures — think it would be a good idea to further de-educate their students by not offering a required […]

Our 2012 Top Stories and Year In Review

This past year has been huge for The Brenner Brief. Let us take you through the progress made over the last few months. Through September, this was primarily Sara Marie Brenner‘s personal blog with 5-10 posts each month and just a few hundred monthly visitors. In October we only had 30 posts, but we hit […]