My top five press releases from July's School Improvement Industry Announcements – Federal Politics and Policy. For a well-rounded understanding of current events in school improvement. • Getting closer to a Department of Education Budget for FY 2009: FY 2009 Congressional Action (Jul 16)....
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July 21, 2008
July 14, 2008
My top five press releases from July's School Improvement Industry Announcements – Research and Evaluation Organizations • Basic "must have" data from the Department of Education's Institute for Education Sciences: Characteristics of the 100 Largest Public Elementary and Secondary School Dist...
July 07, 2008
My top five press releases from July's School Improvement Industry Announcements – Providers
June 30, 2008
More often than not, school reform initiatives have started in state legislatures and worked their way across the nation. Problems are felt at the state-level first, and the pressure to act is strongest in state capitals. Federal policy generally reflects consensus among the states more than leadership from inside the Beltway.
June 23, 2008
My top five announcements from each monthly issue of School Improvement Industry Announcements – Policy and Politics. The criterion for selection is information and events that help edbizbuzz readers understand how what happens in Washington shapes our emerging market for school improvement products, services and programs.
June 18, 2008
My top five press releases from June's School Improvement Industry Announcements – Research and Evaluation.
June 17, 2008
For all the talking and writing on public education policy and politics, unrecorded decisions to procure curriculum, professional development, information systems and the like have a more immediate impact, and more important influence, on teaching and learning. Some help in raising edbizbuzz readers consciousness.