Shane Vander Hart: Parents and schools will need to decide if the negative impact of education tech is worth the outcome of students emailing their teachers more.
In their “Future of Learning” series The Hechinger Report takes a look at a fourth-grade math classroom using “mastery-based learning.” The future is bleak.
Shane Vander Hart: I share Andre Perry’s concern about the U.S. Departments of Education and Labor merging, but we come to entirely different conclusions.
The answer to addressing the problem of student data mining is not to make it more accessible, but to do less, preferably none at all.
Teachers in elementary schools who are “generalists” are having a problem with Common Core math according to an article in The Hechinger Report.
Texas just released new math standards and according to Sarah Garland of The Hechinger Report they look a lot like the Common Core Math Standards.
Kentucky was an earlier adopter of the Common Core State Standards over five years ago. They have seen a widening black-white achievement gap since then.
Common Core has been a dividing wedge between parents and students, especially in math while sitting at the homework table, and this is by design.