Bill Gates is wrong. American education is not "broken". Federal education policy is "broken". Testing children until they cry is a bad idea. It is educational malpractice. -Diane Ravitch
The Extent, Patterns, and Implications of Kindergarten Redshirting - Standford Center for Education Policy Analysis
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Data driven education policies leave no room for teaching
Paul Horton: Why Obama's Education Policies Will Not Change and Why "Change is Hard" - Living in Dialogue - Education Week Teacher
Engaged and Talented Teachers as a School Improvement Strategy - Transforming Learning - Education Week
Not that it’s easy to identify measures beyond reading and math scores that are valid and reliable indicators of school success.
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We learned the results of the latest PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) last week, and American students