Michael Petrilli with the Fordham Institute says after a “cold war” between reformers and traditionalists we are at the end of education policy. Is he right?
Daniel Hamlin and Paul Petersen of Harvard University says no evidence suggesting a correlation between proficiency standards and student achievement exists.
High school students in Brooklyn, New York City walked out of school in protest of a personalized learning program funded in part by Mark Zuckerberg.
Shane Vander Hart: Both the testing and accountability movement and personalized learning are examples of top-down, dataless reforms that won’t work.
Lynne Taylor: Election Day did not change the fact that our education system has been reduced by absurdity by educrats at all levels of government.
Sandra Stotsky: All students, including minority students, need academically stronger teachers, whether in North Carolina or Massachusetts.
Common Core’s emphasis on critical thinking will not help schools provide better civics education, but will produce student activists who know nothing.
Maren Hicks encouraged administrators to heed teachers’ concern about standardized testing and policies that lose sight of the children in their care.
A missionary from the European Union traveled to South Africa to share the gospel, but not the Gospel that you might think.
Shane Vander Hart: Those who beat this drum overlook the fundamental question – is preparing students for the workforce the role of K-12 education?