The Los Angeles Times editorial board says the Gates Foundation’s failures show philanthropists should not be setting America’s public school agenda.
The Los Angeles Times had an interesting op/ed today. A noteworthy excerpt: At the rate the state is going, teachers will end up being trained before the English curriculum is even in place, and instruction would start before the new textbooks are in anyone’s hands. Yet if the school reform movement has its way, teachers […]
I’ve already written about the problems inherent with the Next Generation Science Standards based on a couple of review that had been published. The Los Angeles Times published a story confirming that the Next Generation Science Standards which have just been released will “delve more deeply” into climate change. For the first time, the proposed […]
A tip of the hat to Stephen Krashen who sent a letter to the editor of the Los Angeles Times after they published an editorial on education reform insisting on “evidence-based, replicated, time-tested educational change.” The Times is correct to insist on “evidence-based, replicated, time-tested educational change.” (“Education miracles that aren’t,” Feb. 6). Let’s add […]