Daily Archives: May 20, 2014

Pearson Allows Me to Quote 400 Board-meeting Words

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North Carolina Teacher Takes Senator Curtis to Task

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
This letter came from Stuart Egan, one of North Carolina’s National Board Certified Teachers. The state has more NBCTs than any other, and almost the lowest salaries of any state. Egan responded to…

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North Carolina Teacher Takes Senator Curtis to Task

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
This letter came from Stuart Egan, one of North Carolina’s National Board Certified Teachers. The state has more NBCTs than any other, and almost the lowest salaries of any state. Egan responded to…

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North Carolina Teacher: “I Am Embarrassed to Confess: I Am a Teacher”

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
Sarah Wiles, a science teacher in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools with six years experience and a master’s degree, sent an email to every member of the North Carolina General Assembly with the subject line:…

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The Problem with Outcome-Oriented Evaluations

Originally posted on 34justice:
Imagine I observe two poker players playing two tournaments each. During their first tournaments, Player A makes $1200 and Player B loses $800. During her second tournament, Player A pockets another $1000. Player B, on the…

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“A Sustained Critique of the Entire System”

Originally posted on radical eyes for equity:
Please read and consider carefully: The Master’s House Is Burning: bell hooks, Cornel West and the Tyranny of Neoliberalism

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