Archive for the 'edreform' tag

Responsible educational journalism

Leslie and David Rutkowski say: simply reporting results, in daring headline fashion, without...
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Education reformers want double standards for THEIR schools

In what is likely to be my favorite post of the week (and, yes, it’s Monday!), Shaun Johnson...
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Data resisters aren’t Chicken Littles

John Kuhn says: The vocal opposition we see to data collection efforts like inBloom, to...
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Moving toward something better than corporate ed reform

Anthony Cody says: We want to move away from seeing student growth in terms of test scores, and...
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Less submissiveness. More voice.

George Couros says: As a teacher, would you prefer to work in an environment where Read more
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Three central problems plague public education in the United States

Arthur Camins says: The biggest problem with education is the U.S. is not test scores. Rather,...
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What does the PISA report tell us about U.S. education? [VIDEO]

An excellent video from AFT about PISA and education reform lessons to be learned. Watch it. Share...
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The mainstream media doesn’t care when black and brown children are harmed by misguided education policy

Diane Ravitch says: It has become obvious over the past decade that the mainstream media not...
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Essay questions for education ‘reformers’

Robert Shepherd says: As a member of the Billionaire Boys’ Club, or as one of the paid...
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We’ve got extra funds! Let’s buy test-taking devices!

Amy Prime says: I know of another administrator who sent out a happy email to her staff because...
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