Daily Archives: November 18, 2020

Arthur Camins: How Do We Persuade Nearly Half of Voters that A Better Society for All is Good for Them Too?

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
Arthur Camins, retired science and technology educator, knows that Democrats must do a better job of reaching out and persuading nearly half of voters that we all have a stake in a better,…

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Peter Greene: What the Charter Industry Hates About the Biden Plan

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
If you subscribe to Peter Greene’s blog Curmudgucation, as you should, you know that Peter can toss off one or two or three fresh, smart posts a day without breaking a sweat. Here…

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Nancy Bailey: Business Terms Should Be Expelled from Our Schools

Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
Last year, Nancy Bailey and I co-authored a glossary of words, terms, and the names of organizations in education today. It is called Edspeak and Doubletalk: A Glossary to Decipher Hypocrisy and Save…

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President Elect Biden’s Public School Agenda Addresses the Opportunity Gap

Originally posted on janresseger:
A strong supporter of public education will move into the White House on January 20. President Elect Joe Biden has promised to close the Opportunity Gap by investing in public school improvement and pledging to support…

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