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May 03, 2013

China on the Charles

Marc Tucker recaps a recent meeting with Chinese education officials where he learned more about the country's efforts to make teaching an attractive profession to promising high school graduates.

April 12, 2013

The Myth of Education as the 'Great Equalizer'

Marc Tucker explains why our education system fails to offset social inequities.

April 04, 2013

David Kirp on Education Reform

Marc Tucker finds parallels between the education reform strategies used in the U.S. school districts featured in David Kirp's new book, "Improbable Scholars", and the strategies used in the top-performing education systems. He also explains why American education policy is at war with itself.

October 22, 2012

On Time

Good teaching is not just about conveying the material well, but about helping students make that connection to something they think they can be good at, something they really want to work hard at, something they want to put the time into.

September 28, 2012

Choice and Markets: Theory and Practice

Marc Tucker argues that school choice and market incentives in education will only serve to make good schools better and bad schools worse.

September 13, 2012

The Politics of the Chicago Teachers' Strike

Marc Tucker weighs-in on the politics of the Chicago teachers' strike.

September 05, 2012

8 Problems With the Common Core State Standards? I Don't Think So

Marc Tucker responds to educator Marion Brady's objections to the common core state standards.

August 09, 2012

Instructional Technology: Villain of the Piece—Or Savior?

Marc Tucker discusses various digital learning tools and their potential to advance student performance.

July 26, 2012

The Rise of the MOOCs

Marc Tucker discusses how massive open online courses (MOOC) have the potential to change the higher education landscape.

June 28, 2012

Differentiated Instruction: A Solution to the School Finance Crisis?

Marc Tucker uses an example from his granddaughter's schooling to explain why only implementing one component of effective systems, in this case differentiated instruction, will not go very far in helping U.S. students catch up with their international peers.

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