With an eye towards reader traffic, Twitter interest, and our own judgment, we've tagged ten of RHSU's highlights from 2012.


I believe we need to insist that it's unacceptable for anyone, whatever their views, to exploit the murder of children when debating unions, testing, and such.


Here are some edu-journal articles that I was especially eager to read over the Christmas holiday.


Students will be well-served if educators, parents, and policymakers recognize that public systems, nonprofits, and for-profits all have vital roles to play.


I'd like all of us, before we write, opine, or declaim, to take care that we accord the lost children of Newtown the dignity they deserve.


I don't care about aggregate satisfaction; I want to know the satisfaction of terrific, hard-working teachers and employees who are making a difference for kids.


Yesterday, I chatted with former Indiana superintendent Tony Bennett about his new role as Florida education commissioner.


There was a timely conversation yesterday in New York Times's "Room for Debate" about whether it makes sense for standards and funding to vary by state.


As a nation, we're spending vast sums we don't have, and the edu-advocates' slogan seems to be: "Screw the kids, let's keep borrowing."


Three smart, well-written, and provocative books that are worth checking out.


The opinions expressed in Rick Hess Straight Up 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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