Daily Archives: September 18, 2012

A Common-sense Approach to Texas Education

While significant polarization characterizes the national political landscape, a movement in Texas is bucking that trend. A broad-based coalition is taking shape, united in its frustration with the unintended consequences of the high-stakes testing system which has come to dominate … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice:
Listen to John Fontana, a journalist who blogs on such high-tech issues as digital identity, privacy and security. iPad rollouts are significant when the school actually does something with…

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