In today's guest post by Pamela Cantor, she asks whether poverty is responsible for academic failure...or the stress of poverty that is.


In order to prepare students for when they are on the learning road to self-discovery, we need to make sure they are assessment capable learners.


There is a big difference between the capital A Assessment of high stakes testing, and the lower case a of classroom assessment.


Is BYOD the next educational scapegoat?


In many states, high stakes testing really provides little to no effective feedback to students and teachers, which isn't pedagogically sound, but teaching something "because it's on the test" isn't pedagogically sound either.


PISA's Andreas Schleicher will be presenting a paper on Policy lessons from around the world. What will we all learn from his data?


Just because we are stuck with their policies doesn't mean we should be stuck with their mindset.


Are we are stuck in the proverbial quicksand or can schools become the new digital age learning organization?


When travelling internationally, it seems as though people have a much more global perspective than Americans. Is it possible for American students to gain a global perspective if they lack access to travel?


Looking at model schools and standards, how can we adapt in a way that will progress student learning?


The opinions expressed in Peter DeWitt's Finding Common Ground are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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