Daily Archives: November 1, 2018

Bruce Baker: The Inconvenient Truth About New Orleans’ Reforms

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
The National Education Policy Center interviewed Bruce Baker about his review of a much-ballyhooed study of the impact of market forces in the New Orleans schools. The Education Research Alliance at Tulane University…

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Buried in Debt: Impact of College Debt on Life Beyond College

Originally posted on deutsch29: Mercedes Schneider's Blog:
Student loan debt is a major national problem, one that deserves the increasing media attention it is receiving. Students are told, instructed, prompted, cajoled, and enticed to believe that a college education…

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What’s Wrong with America’s Schools? David Berliner Blames America’s Failure to Eradicate Child Poverty

Originally posted on janresseger:
Despite lots of evidence about why we shouldn’t use test scores as a measure of school quality, for nearly twenty years, government programs like No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top have taught people…

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