Wondering about the value of individual silent reading during the school day? Meet Claudia Swisher of Oklahoma...


Is setting aside time for all students in a school to read a good idea, or a colossal waste of time? Is there more inherent value in transmission of subject-matter information by text than in getting lost in a ripping good story?


What would it look like to actually use the expertise of National Board Certified Teachers and other demonstrably talented teachers to reach our national education goals?


Seriously--what do teachers have to do to prove their dedication and their worth?


Is there a disconnect between being "good at math"--and being able to teach it well? Once again, it's about good instruction and useful curriculum.


Curriculum and instruction aren't as whiz-bang exciting as market-based reforms, but they're the key reasons why kids learn--or don't learn.


The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function. Meet someone who can do that: Diane Ravitch.


What's the percentage of bad teachers out there? More importantly, what do we do about them?


In teaching, a powerful story is worth its weight in statistics. So let's be careful out there.


Does how we approach school improvement make a difference in outcomes?


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