Daily Archives: April 2, 2018

Arne Duncan: American Schools Are the Worst–No, the Best–Ever

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“In the Spirit of Holy Week”: Veneer Is Not Enough.

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Wave of Wildcat Teachers’ Strikes in Kentucky and Oklahoma

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Laura Chapman: Who Cares About Arts Education?

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A Movie That is Not Far From Happening

An associate at work told me about an interesting movie that was produced by YouTube Red. The movie is “The Thinning“. The setting is in Austin, Texas in the future. The world has exceeded its capacity and methods had to … Continue reading

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Detroit: Unexplained Firings at Charter School Rattle Teachers, Students

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The Failure of Mayoral Control in D.C. (and Everywhere Else)

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Florida: Legislators’ Wives Are Opening Charter Schools

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Kentucky: Teachers Walk Out in Response to Legislators’ Attack on Pensions

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Wisconsin: Is Scott Walker Afraid of the Blue Wave?

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