Two organizations create a framework for states to use in thinking through their common-standards implementation plans.
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March 07, 2012
March 06, 2012
Still more from the ever-active teacher-accountability front: Under a provision in Ohio's new state budget law, thousands of teachers in the state's lowest-performing schools will have to take licensure tests anew this fall, according the Dayton Daily News. The requirementapparently the fir...
March 02, 2012
A measure to retain a federal mandate for science testing did not get its day in committee this week.
March 02, 2012
Reverberations continue from common-standards opposition in South Carolina and Utah.
February 28, 2012
The District of Columbia school system is under investigation by federal and local officials based on allegations of test tampering.
February 27, 2012
A House Republican is seeking to retain NCLB's requirement for science testing.
February 23, 2012
But there is also some renewed optimism that we might, just might, see a resurgence of energy for saving democracy.
February 22, 2012
Aaron Pallas, Professor of Sociology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, makes the argument on his blog that, within current discourse about teacher evaluation, the word rigor "is getting distorted almost beyond recognition." In science, he writes, rigor is determined by a study...
February 21, 2012
Does anyone seriously believe that teachers in New York state will dare to stop teaching to the test? How many will be fired if they take that risk?
February 14, 2012
When will we stop worrying about our own organizational fiscal et al condition for a few days and call for united action?