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December 14, 2016

10 Questions About Our New Federal Education Agenda

It appears that choice will be the cornerstone of our new federal education agenda. For everyone who cares about the future of public schooling, the question is, how will we respond?

December 12, 2016

Theories Must Be Put to the Test

Now is the time for local leaders to create, test, and revise new theories of action to see if they can lead to improved outcomes for children.

December 09, 2016

Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory of a 'Classroom Up' Reform

Most of the big ed-improvement policies and structural reforms blowing through so much time, money, and angst are accomplishing little more than beating a blind horse.

December 06, 2016

Will ESSA's Evidence Requirements Spur Actual 'Best Practices'? (No.)

It's far past time for us to take more critical and honest looks at the practices—and their underlying foundational ideals/philosophies—we've long accepted as 'best'.

December 05, 2016

Opening Thoughts From a Little 'r' Reformer

This week, Eric Kalenze will be discussing how to productively transform classroom practices—including exploring the role of research and evidence, considering some promising, practitioner-empowering models, and suggesting some areas for skeptically guarded hope.

December 02, 2016

'No Excuses' Schools, Irrelevant Discipline, and Culturally Responsive Mediation

This week, L. Trenton Marsh will be discussing the history of U.S. school choice with a particular emphasis on urban districts, and providing an ethnographic perspective on "no-excuses" charter schools.

December 01, 2016

'No Excuses' Charter Schools and the State of Urgency

This week, L. Trenton Marsh will be discussing the history of U.S. school choice with a particular emphasis on urban districts, and providing an ethnographic perspective on "no-excuses" charter schools.

November 28, 2016

School Choice and 'No Excuses' Charter Schools

This week, L. Trenton Marsh will be discussing the history of U.S. school choice with a particular emphasis on urban districts, and providing an ethnographic perspective on "no-excuses" charter schools.

November 25, 2016

Introducing Your Special Guest Stars: Marsh, Kalenze, Starr, and Dahill-Brown

The election has mercifully come to a close, the holiday season is soon to be upon us, the Trump folks are trying to manage a transition, and I need to do that final, careful copyedit of my upcoming book Letters to a Young Reformer. So, I'm going to take a break and turn the blog over to a stellar crew of guest bloggers.

September 02, 2016

A Look Ahead at LEAP

LEAP's focus on fluid, informal feedback struck me as a great opportunity for teacher development, and it will be exciting to see how this innovative new structure plays out.

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