Education in this country will be unrecognizable in the years ahead.

Measurement is important, but it does not trump judgment.

Pay for performance will do little to induce college graduates to opt for a career in the classroom.

Embarrassment and humiliation caused by wanding are small prices to pay for student safety.

So many years after vouchers began, we still can't agree on their benefits.

Only in the U.S. are gifted students treated so poorly.

Burnout will become more pervasive in the years ahead as pressure mounts on teachers to produce ever-increasing outcomes.

If we're serious about preschool, we have to treat teachers as professionals, rather than as babysitters.

Mobile devices are addictive, which distracts from learning.

For some students, guidance counselors are the only adults who are successful in establishing a bond.


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