Marc Tucker describes the professional role of teachers in his proposed state accountability plan.


Marc Tucker lays out his vision for an effective state accountability program including strategies to address low-performing schools.


Marc Tucker offers recommendations for redesigning not only our accountability scheme but our entire education system in order to provide all students the kind and quality of education formerly reserved for the elite.


In his fifth blog post on accountability, Marc Tucker addresses the question: How can we move to a professional model of teaching when we have unions that are based on a blue-collar model of teaching?


Marc Tucker continues the discussion on accountability and describes how the top-performing education systems use assessments and the results to help students and schools improve.


Continuing his blog series on accountability, Marc Tucker examines the premises that underlie different approaches to accountability system design.


In an ongoing series of posts about accountability, Marc Tucker discusses the damaging effects that test-based accountability has had on the profession of teaching.


Marc Tucker explains that there is no evidence that test-based accountability, for schools or for teachers, actually improves student achievement.


Marc Tucker interviews Pasi Sahlberg about Finland's fall in the rankings on the 2012 PISA.


How the federal education agenda with an emphasis on on charters, federally imposing the Common Core initiative, teacher evaluation, and test based accountability is seeking solutions in all the wrong places and pushing policies that are not backed by evidence.


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