January 2007 Archives

Anthony Cody, a consulting teacher in Oakland, California, says that, as a profession, teachers "lack an agreed-upon credo." To fill the gap, he offers a draft teacher's oath, and asks for reactions.

Are middle schools doing a good enough job educating their students, both emotionally and academically? Or should some kind of a two-tiered system (K-8/9-12 or K-5/6-12) be instituted nationwide? If not, what would you suggest?

No Child Left Behind has heroically drawn attention to a broken system and laid a solid foundation for lasting improvement, Dayle Timmons, a special education teacher and Florida's 2004 Teacher of the Year, argues in a recent article.


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