It might make more sense to focus on how we might improve our evaluation systems to RETAIN and IMPROVE teachers, rather than to get rid of them.


Do all children have the same conditions to learn? What will it take to create equitable opportunities?


"...children are not products; they cannot be educated on an assembly line; they cannot be standardized."


Charter schools vs regular schools -- how are they alike? How are they different? And what can we learn from the differences?


Teacher Scott Banks shares why he left Fremont High School, and offers some powerful advice on how to build on the strengths of the teachers who are now being spurned.


Thousands of students and teachers took to the streets today: Check out photos and video from Oakland, California!


We have voted. We have written letters. But we have not been heard, and our schools are being destroyed. Now we act. Updated with Photos and Video!


"When high-performing charter schools are allowed to 
get enough market share to truly challenge the status quo, they are 
forcing the public schools to compete."


The fact that a teacher makes a difference cannot be extended to mean teachers alone are responsible for making up the difference between rich and poor in our society


"Everyone knows that the key ingredient in a student's education is the teacher. Do 20% of teachers really think they don't even 'share' responsibility for all students?"


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