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October 02, 2013

PISA Learning, Not PISA Topping

Andy Hargreaves addresses four lessons of international benchmarking that are practical and desirable for the U.S. education reform.

October 01, 2013

National Standards Are No Longer Enough

Andreas Schleicher, who oversees the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) at OECD, discusses the impact PISA has had on education policy and what we have learned about high performing systems.

September 25, 2013

Key and Peele and Classroom Management

A Comedy Central show explores what teachers who shift between vastly different school climates experience.

September 16, 2013

California Is Right; Duncan Is Wrong

Secretary Duncan's threats to withhold funds from California if they do not continue to give tests that are not aligned with common core makes no sense. California has a better plan.

September 09, 2013

Appeals Court Boosts Speech Protection for 'Teaching'

A federal appeals court has boosted free-speech protection for "teaching and writing on academic matters by teachers employed by the state."

September 09, 2013

Prime Time Public School Teachers

The new documentary "Teach" premiered during prime time on CBS. It follows four ordinary teachers who do extraordinary work teaching in the public schools.

August 29, 2013

New Common-Core Book for Teachers (and the Rest of Us)

A new book from Harvard Education Press aims to help teachers and the general public make sense of the common standards.

August 28, 2013

Leading for Deeper Learning: 10 Proven Strategies

Over the summer we interviewed two dozen school and network leaders producing strong academic results and developing powerful young people. Considering their leadership stories, we found ten things in common:

August 26, 2013

America's Most Deceptive Governor

North Carolina may have the most deceptive governor in America. He says one thing, but his actions are much different.The public schools are suffering major setbacks under his leadership.

August 21, 2013

Redefining Success in K-8 Education

Eva Moskowitz opened Harlem Success Academy opened in 2006. With nine new schools opening in the next few weeks, Success Academy Charter Schools will have 22 New York City locations and will serve 7,000 students. It is clearly one of the three best K-8 school networks in the country and with plans to open 6 new elementaries, 3 new middle schools and their first high school in 2014.

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