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December 31, 2010

Introducing Your Special Guest Stars

I'm about to take a few weeks hiatus. I'll be departing the pulse-quickening rhythms of D.C. (just kidding, just kidding) for more tranquil, reflective environs. Anyway, the good news for you is that, while I'm gone, I'm going to hand over the RHSU keys to a few special guests. This means you get...

November 05, 2010

Bipartisanship and the Case of the Missing Moderates

Note: Andrew Kelly, a research fellow in education policy at the American Enterprise Institute, is guest-posting this week. He can be reached at [email protected] In the wake of Tuesday's "shellacking," the President and Secretary Duncan have already promised that bipartisanship will be the nam...

November 03, 2010

Quick Takes on Election Results

Note: Andrew Kelly, a research fellow in education policy at the American Enterprise Institute, is guest-posting this week. He can be reached at [email protected] Now that the election results have had a few more hours to percolate, I thought I'd offer some quick reactions (look for a more syst...

November 03, 2010

Echoes of 1994

Note: Andrew Kelly, a research fellow in education policy at the American Enterprise Institute, is guest-posting this week. He can be reached at [email protected] In the wake of yesterday's remarkable Republican surge, it's hard to resist making the analogy to 1994. The Democrats' situation i...

November 02, 2010

Policy Promises and Political Turnover

Note: Andrew Kelly, a research fellow in education policy at the American Enterprise Institute, is guest-posting this week. He can be reached at [email protected] Today's the day, folks. Yesterday we talked House and Senate. As of 5:00 pm Monday night, Buck was up 3 points on Bennet in Colora...

November 01, 2010

Election 2010: What to Watch For Tomorrow

Note: Andrew Kelly, a research fellow in education policy at the American Enterprise Institute, is guest-posting this week. He can be reached at [email protected] Greetings RHSU readers, and thanks for tuning in! I'm thrilled that Rick invited me to guest blog this week. While I can't hope...

October 29, 2010

Our Election Week Guest Star

Next week is election week. So it seemed only fitting to hand the reins over to my go-to expert for education politics, my AEI colleague Andrew Kelly. He'll be guest-penning RHSU next week, and will be providing a thoughtful look at the election results and what they mean for schooling. I'm confi...

June 25, 2010

Time Warp on Teacher Evaluation

Note: Paul Manna, a professor at William & Mary, is guest-posting this week while Rick Hess is on a consulting project in the Republic of Georgia. Let me wrap up this week by looking closely at one element of Race to the Top (RTT) that has prompted much discussion: teacher evaluations. Specifically...

June 23, 2010

States to the Races

Note: Paul Manna, a professor at William & Mary, is guest-posting this week while Rick Hess is on a consulting project in the Republic of Georgia. Today we'll continue discussing Race to the Top (RTT) and the implementation theme that Monday's post introduced. I want to consider two issues that I e...

June 21, 2010

Teacher Voice and Race to the Top

Note: Paul Manna, a professor at William & Mary, is guest-posting this week while Rick Hess is on a consulting project in the Republic of Georgia. Many thanks to Rick for allowing me to guide the conversation for a few days. I want to pivot from Pat McGuinn's three interesting posts about partisan ...

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