Have you been following it? We have. There may be some connections to the bullying tactics of the Christie administration. There might not be. I don’t know. But what happened Newark in recent days is part and parcel of the assault on meaningful conversations in education, especially when it challenges prevailing reform interests. We’re starting […]
I know at some point I’m going to drive readers away with my constant picking at EdWeek. So let me just say this. When someone makes a claim about research that is either contextless or just outright wrong I believe that the journalist, should at a minimum, point out the complexities associated with such statements. […]
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Can you tell the difference: this is my first post from an iPad. It’s taking me a bit longer to type, but this may challenge me to be a bit less wordy. This may work out. Other than that, you might be able to tell that I’ve been following the Washington Post education columnist Jay […]