The slightly-cranky voice navigating the world of educational “reform” while trying to still pursue the mission of providing quality education.
Sunday, April 16, 2017
ICYMI: Easter Edition
Mitchell Robinson takes us to two schools, only twenty miles apart, that illustrate some of the inequity in education today.
At Educolor’s blog, a look at the problem with diversity (or lack thereof) in the edtech world
Yes, I know– I’m sending you to an article from CAP. But this is an interesting look at how parent contributions skew school finances even more.
Nancy Flanagan is on point as always: The “product” in American schools used to be good citizens. Then good workers. Now, the product is test scores and being admitted to college
Valerie Strauss with a look at how post-secondary schools keep dropping the venerable ACT and SAT– and how the test companies are fighting back.
Jeff Bryant with some great reporting on the struggle of Erie’s school system, and what it means for the death of public education.
Bill Ferriter on the difference between what a student is able to do and what the student is willing to do.