Revered Superintendent John Kuhn joined our erudite rabble here At the Chalk Face. Let us all welcome him. Check out his author page here and we look forward to JOHN KUHN: Empowering Educators.
The Washington Post (aka Valerie Strauss) reported just days ago that the Secretary of Education intervened in choice of chancellor of NYC schools, discouraging choice of MD Supe Josh Starr. How dare Duncan, yes? Interfering in local education matters. My analysis? NYC is not merely a local education matter. This isn’t Albuquerque. This is New […]
Here’s the link. Good guy. New book out for him, Test and Punish. Check it.
Embedded for your reading pleasure, followed by the empty condolences of Mr. King.
Superintendent Jose Banda released a statement regarding the potential for a mass opt-out of state MAP testing. Meh. Not much of value. Although, I will say that you’d think a formal statement from the educator-in-chief could make it out there into the ether without a typo. To wit: Before the issue was raised by our […]
It’s amazing, isn’t it? For all the very $eriou$ accountability-ish talk in the current education reform climate. A man so reviled by educators in the state of Indiana, the people he is supposed to serve, as Tony Bennett to be voted out of office only to find himself successfully ensconced in a lateral move, same […]
Check out this freaking guy at the SOS rally. I had dinner with him, Tim Slekar, and other folks from PA. We saw Mary Landrieu a few tables away. Several of us had the dirty rice. Discuss.
An amazing dose of FAIL for you all this morning. Some state senator in Arizona is running for Superintendent of Public Instruction, or at least has a major endorsement for the post. In any case, a high school journalist puts him in his place and the results are magnificent. You know, this is why I […]