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October 14, 2013

Schools Know More Than They Use

Mel Ainscow explains that efforts to foster greater equity within education systems must start with the sharing of expertise, within and between schools.

October 13, 2013

Equity and Educational Justice

Helen Janc Malone introduces the theme for this week - equity and educational justice.

October 12, 2013

Needy Students, Higher Taxes, and State Power Highlight Colorado Election

A proposed tax increase to reboot Colorado's K-12 funding system that requires voter approval is sparking political passions across the state.

October 10, 2013

Social Darwinism Resurrected for the New Gilded Age

The fittest will survive and perhaps have a chance at that ever-shrinking middle class. The rest will flounder, but we have the "ethos of the meritocracy" to rescue us from any pangs of moral conscience.

October 03, 2013

Is Education Reform a Faith-Based Belief System?

It is interesting that Mr. Petrilli uses the word "faith" to describe his belief that schools will somehow rescue the poor from impoverishment.

October 02, 2013

Calif. Districts Improve Services for Poor Students, Report Finds

Nearly a decade after the state settled a class action lawsuit brought on behalf of poor children, conditions in some of California's most disadvantaged schools have significantly improved.

September 19, 2013

Can Diversity and Homogeneity Coexist?

Are we leading diversity or are our codes a veiled attempts at homogeneity?

September 16, 2013

Chicago Teacher: Inhumane Working Conditions are Inhumane Learning Conditions

At my large elementary school on Chicago's southwest side, the mercury on the thermometer soars to a scorching 90 degrees. Sweat drips down the students' little round faces,

September 06, 2013

David Driscoll: Implementing the Common Core and the Consortia's Tests

Marc Tucker interviews David Driscoll,former commissioner of education for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the nation's current struggles with standards, exams and accountability.

September 05, 2013

John Thompson: First Class; Education at DC's Dunbar High School

First Class also tells the tragic story of the elite institution becoming collateral damage due to the ham-handed way that America's schools were desegregated

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