Archive for the 'Law, Policy, and Ethics'

Living outside the echo chamber

This past weekend I engaged in a really long discussion thread about charter schools in which I was...
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Test makers should not be driving instruction

In a post about the difficulty of New York’s Common Core assessments, Robert Pondiscio said: ...
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Education is and always has been a civil rights issue

Alan Aja said: Education is and always has been a civil rights issue. Children of color deserve...
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What testing should do for us

John Robinson said: ‘We would like to dethrone measurement from its godly position, to...
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So long as profits are being made, the inadequacies of ed reform ‘solutions’ can be masked

Anthony Cody said: Here is the deeper problem with Read more
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The takeover of Camden

Julia Sass Rubin said: Many parents – and Camden public school administrators – also...
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So much for separate is unequal

“We conclude that, in the field of public education, the doctrine of ‘separate but...
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The REAL international story of American education

Linda Darling-Hammond said: Federal policy under No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and the Department...
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It’s not that we don’t believe in bad teachers, it’s that we don’t believe in you

Peter Greene said: I think there are faux tin hat physicists who are closer to building a cold...
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Teacher tenure policies are not the problem

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