Monthly Archives: March 2017

What the high stakes test tests best

As society continues to debate the policy of publicly flogging teachers and schools with the scores of their children (starting at the age of five), and as parents consider whether or not to allow the state to so use their … Continue reading

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So Let Me Talk to You About Charters Because You Left Some Stuff Out

Dear Mr. Tillotson, I read your article on Education Post. Bravo for the good, but your statistics are not conclusive and you left out some issues that I think deserve a little sunlight. I would welcome your comments. Class based … Continue reading

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