November 2009 Archives

Are you A) an Idealist (B) Disheartened (C) Contented? If Public Agenda insists on bubble sheet answers, it seems that they should have included (D) All of the Above.

When schools demand that children assume the position of mini adults, academic success may come at the price of the spontaneity and creativity that marks childhood.

In sixth grade Family and Consumer Science, students learn to "Use correct tools and use tools correctly." Shouldn't that principle hold when school leadership is selecting and implementing tools to evaluate teacher effectiveness?


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