Daily Archives: August 16, 2022

John Thompson: The Assault on Public Education Has Become Deadly — Diane Ravitch’s blog

John Thompson is a historian and a retired teacher. He follows politics in Oklahoma closely. This article appeared first in the OkObserver. The arc of the history of corporate school reform has been tragic; the survival of public education in … Continue reading

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Meeting and Exceeding Student Expectations of Teachers: A Way to Achieve “Good” Teaching — Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice

The following post is one of a small group I have written over the past 13 years that have attracted the most readers. It originally appeared in 2013. I have revised and updated it. Over the next month or so, … Continue reading

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