Arne Duncan spoke publicly of Diane Ravitch in an interview in 2011, where he said: "Diane Ravitch is in denial and she is insulting all of the hardworking teachers, principals and students all across the country


the funders of corporate reform are making a great effort to pretend that those of us who profoundly disagree with their approach are some kind of fringe element


John Merrow has written a blog post that attempts to marginalize one of the central figures of our national discourse on education.


The people who designed Common Core expected tremendous drops in proficiency rates, and that's exactly what we're seeing.


I would like to know how you went about selecting these particular guests. I notice that almost all of the people are those who agree about corporate "reform" of public schools.


In the last week, the Tribune has rolled out three pieces on its editorial pages in support of Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal and vouchers.


how can educators attempt to comply with distractions like the RttT and still find the time and money necessary to implement more promising reforms?


Secretary Duncan, you have a successful career. Would you be willing to take the Common Core Tests as they become available and share your score?


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,


Diane Ravitch has emerged as an iconic figure on America's political landscape. What Daniel Ellsberg was to the Vietnam War, Ravitch has become to the battle raging over public education


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