I’m in the Library of Congress today doing some work the old-fashioned way. I grabbed a book off the shelf with a collection of historical documents in education. One of them, interestingly enough, refers to an article in Newsweek from 1999 that I’ve never read called “The Big Score.” It’s all about the pressures of testing. […]
A very clear and concise overview of predominant education reform in the US. If a lot of people got down to it, Democrats who voted for Obama would be very disappointed. Considering that we are now at war with Libya, I think there’s a great deal to be fretting over.