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November 21, 2014

Duncan Wants NAEP Leaders to Help Shape 'Assessment 3.0'

Secretary Duncan hails the role NAEP played in leading states to work together on new tests.

November 20, 2014

Interview With Howard Everson on Common-Core Implementation

An interview with Director of the Center for Advanced Study in Education at CUNY Howard Everson about how the Common Core helps teachers shift from a topic-centered point of view to a learner-centered perspective.

November 20, 2014

Possible Presidential Contender Jeb Bush Defends Common Core

States are welcome not to adopt the standards, he said, but if they don't, they should aim even higher.

November 20, 2014

Report: Rural Northeast Teachers Unprepared for Common Core

The report found that teachers in rural northeast school districts need more professional development tailored to the unique needs of rural schools to implement the new standards.

November 17, 2014

Common Core Affects Charters, Too

A Q&A on Education Week's special report on the common core math standards.

November 13, 2014

Kevin Huffman Leaving Post as Tennessee K-12 Chief

Huffman was appointed state education commissioner in 2011, and has overseen major changes in Tennessee education policy, many of them tied to the common core.

November 13, 2014

Tennessee Signs Testing Contract With Measurement Inc.

The $108 million contract is the latest in a long series of assessment shakeouts in the wake of the Common Core State Standards.

November 13, 2014

Can We Be Captains Again? #TBT

Somewhere along the way educators seem to have lost their voice as advocates and leaders. What we need now is a gathering of voices, not against those trying to improve us, but as guides for them.

November 12, 2014

Interview With Two Contributors to the Common-Core Literacy Standards

An interview with Catherine Snow of Harvard Graduate School of Education and Sue Pimentel of Student Achievement Partners on developing curriculum and professional development aligned to the Common Core.

November 11, 2014

Schools Should Teach Students to Lead, Not Follow

Meier: Schooling for democracy must essentially be schooling for teaching the arts and crafts of ruling: to students, their teachers, and their families and neighbors.

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