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May 14, 2013

Am I a Part of the Cure ... or the Disease?

What if the perfect for which you have spent decades championing really is the enemy of the good?

May 14, 2013

We Need Leaders, Not Mudslingers!

We have had much to say about the new tests and policy makers who are not listening. But we should have no interest in mudslinging toward those who see things differently.

May 10, 2013

Comment Deadline Looms for Test Accommodations Manual

Some learning disability advocacy groups have said that the draft manual developed by the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers is too restrictive.

May 08, 2013

English Teachers Group Opposes Machine-Scored Writing

National Council of Teachers of English argues that computers ignore the most valuable elements of student writing.

May 06, 2013

Kentucky Common-Core Testing Snafus Upset Lawmakers

Kentucky has stopped the scoring of constructed-response items on common-core-based tests, and experienced separate test-related technical glitches.

May 06, 2013

Online Testing Runs Off-Track in Several States

Technological problems derail tests in Kentucky, Oklahoma, Indiana, and Minnesota.

May 06, 2013

Teachers Need Action Along With Appreciation

This is Teacher Appreciation Week and tomorrow is National Teacher Day. It is time to take action to restore respect, autonomy, and responsibility to teachers for their profession.

May 02, 2013

Saving Childhood

We want to save some sense for our students that childhood is different from adulthood. It is a special time, safe and loving, not a rehearsal for the stress of adulthood.

May 01, 2013

Baton Rouge Seeks to Avoid State Takeover

The East Baton Rouge Parish school board plans to move 100 gifted and talented students from a higher-performing elementary school to a lower-performing school this fall in order to improve the test scores of the lower-performing school.

May 01, 2013

Indiana Could Back Out of Common-Core Tests

New commissioner Glenda Ritz wants the state to go its own way with standardized tests.

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