Data-driven instruction: Not all it seems Valerie Strauss Written by Larry Cuban The Washington Post Resistance to test-based school reform is growing Valerie Strauss 04/18/2011 The Washington Post John Kuhn: Why Shouldn’t Teachers Be Graded, Too? Anthony Cody April 14, 2011 Education Week Experts See Hurdles Ahead for Common Core Tests Sarah D. Sparks April […]
Closing the Door on Innovation Why One National Curriculum is Bad for America A Critical Response to the Shanker Institute Manifesto and the U.S. Department of Education’s Initiative to Develop a National Curriculum and National Assessments Based on National Standards Conservative ‘Manifesto’ Blasts Shared Curriculum,Tests Catherine Gewertz on May 9, 2011 Education Week A Call […]
Fordham responds to the Common Core “counter-manifesto” Checker and Mike on May 12, 2011 Flypaper
Watch this video. As things move forward, more and more school board members may regret decisions they have made. They have bought into the reforms lock, stock, and barrel. When the reality strikes… Christina community doubts DE Dept. of Ed’s decisions LeAnne Matlach April 20, 2011 WDEL Watch the video of Board President John Young’s […]
A change in MEAP cut scores coming TRACI L. WEISENBACH April 26, 2011 Huron Daily Tribune
Don’t Mess With Texas’ Sovereignty Over Standards and Tests By Catherine Gewertz on April 26, 2011
Proposed Rules Guide States on Managing Student Privacy By Sarah D. Sparks April 29, 2011 Education Week.
Common Core State Standards: An Example of Data-less Decision Making 2011-02-01 This is from AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice, Vol. 7, No. 4 Winter 2011