New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wrote an op/ed for Chalkbeat over the weekend that called for changes in how New York City Schools assesses middle school students for placement in their eight advanced placement high schools.
New York City Schools want more elementary school teachers specialized to teach math to prepare students for algebra, but two recent studies show this isn’t a good idea.
New York City students showed improvement on this year’s Common Core assessment. Susan Edleman with The New York Post said… don’t get too excited.
I had to share this op/ed in the New York Post by David Bloomfield who is a professor of Education, Law and Policy at
And it begins…. From SchoolBook a blog about New York City Schools: With the pre-kindergarten application season officially underway, Schools Chancellor Dennis
Parents here is what the Common Core is doing to your children. From the New York Post: Way beyond the ABCs, crayons
Is sweeping the nation. In Texas 445 school districts have joined together in adopting a resolution calling on their state lawmakers to