Rick Hess observes and parents who have attended feedback sessions can confirm: Education reformers don’t listen, especially to criticism.
Shane Vander Hart: Mike Petrilli with the Fordham Institute gives would-be governors an education policy cheat sheet that they would do well to ignore unless they want to sound like every other candidate droning on about the latest education reform fad.
Ze’ev Wurman: Absent in this discussion about Gates Foundation mea culpa is the mediocrity of Common Core, which the Foundation hasn’t yet acknowledged.
On April 14, American Enterprise Institute’s Rick Hess and Mike McShane charged me in a blog on National Review Online with not
Choice Media put together a “debate” of six education policy experts yesterday. Andy Rotherham, Bellwether Education Partners (for) Neal McCluskey, Cato Institute
Joy Pullman has to be one of my favorite people who writes about the Common Core. I didn’t realize that she was
Rick Hess of the American Enterprise Institute wrote that the Common Core State Standards may be an impetus toward education reform, not
Unintended consequences, they always exist with well-meaning, but poorly thought out plans. The NCLB waivers and the Race to the Top funds
The Department of Education announced last week that it is accepting applications for District Race to the Top funds. They have allocated