Monthly Archives: March 2014

Politics, Research, and School Reform: Letting Teens Sleep in

Originally posted on Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice:
Teaching high school students, first period of the school day, say, 7:30 or 8 AM is tough. Why? Students from both affluent and working class families shuffle into the room,…

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Multiple Pathways in High School: The Best Way Forward

Originally posted on Reflections of a Second-career Math Teacher:
Traversing through blogland today, I ran across a post titled “Texas Republican Workforce Commissioner: Testing is Choking the Pipeline of Skilled Workers” by Bob Sikes.   It referred to a posting…

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More Cartoons on Parents, Teachers, and Kids

Originally posted on Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice:
This month’s featured cartoons takes up again the interactions between parents, kids, and teachers. Much to chuckle about. Enjoy.

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