Daily Archives: March 22, 2019

School Accountability Begins With the People Who Make the Rules: A Code of Conduct for Politicians and Test Makers

Originally posted on gadflyonthewallblog:
? Standardized testing is all about accountability. ? We’ve got to keep schools accountable for teaching. ? We’ve got to keep students accountable for learning. ? It’s kind of a crazy idea when you stop to…

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Campbell Brown’s Union-Busting Org, Partnership for Ed Justice, Is Dead.

Originally posted on deutsch29:
Partnership for Educational Justice (PEJ) was a nonprofit created in December 2013 by former journalist (and now, former ed reformer) Campbell Brown. Incorporated in Delaware under the name All Kids Matter, PEJ (then All Kids Matter)…

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Teachers’ Strikes Showed Desperate Need for Funding: Will Congress and State Legislatures Respond?

Originally posted on janresseger:
In walkouts and strikes all year long—from West Virginia to Kentucky to Colorado to Oklahoma to Arizona to California—teachers have been crying out for essentials their schools cannot afford. Two weeks ago in its annual update…

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CURMUDGUCATION: What Education Reformers Get Wrong

Originally posted on Mister Journalism: "Reading, Sharing, Discussing, Learning":
Peter Greene writes… Hard to believe that it took until now for a big voice in the reformster world to write a post entitled “What education reformers believe,” but…

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