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I thought I would share one of my comments to a poster: Chalk Face Says: November 1st, 2011 at 7:53 pm Mr. Buck: In response to your quote of Hanushek’s, if my aunt had balls she’d be my uncle. Seriously. We are quickly approaching relativism; that is, teacher turnover could be improved if we could only […]

… when oh when will we hear enough about how awesome you are? A post up at HuffPo titled something about asking “Do schools matter,” then touting that their school does indeed matter. In a conversation with a neophyte just getting his/her head around this education reform thing–and then they do, they’ll also be an […]

The NCTQ released its report on student teaching in colleges of education. You can download it here. I guess the organization gets some critique from progressive-minded educators and officials. However, I read a draft of the report before its release and found it actually very sensible. Now, what happens based on their conclusions is another story. […]