Daily Archives: August 27, 2018

South Carolina: In Praise of Public Schools—and the Hillmans

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Texas: Time to Pay the Bill for Special Education

When this began in 2004 it was tied to the Performance-Based Monitoring Analysis System (PBMAS). The system collects data from all the schools in Texas and then puts it in a blender and spits out numerous reports. Reports on Special … Continue reading

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Oakland Parent to EWA: Charters Are Killing Our Public Schools

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Fiddling with Time in Classrooms: Whatever Happened to Block Scheduling?

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WeAreTeachers: A Site Worth Checking Out

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No One Ever Remembered a Teacher for Raising Standardized Test Scores

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Linda Darling Hammond: Note to DeVos: Teachers Do Not Need Guns

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Can You Solve This Pearson Test Question?

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Teacher: The Tests are “Academic Death Traps”

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Robert Shepherd: A Public Service Announcement about Common Core Testing

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