Monthly Archives: December 2015

“Good” and “Successful” Teaching: Where Does the Student Enter the Picture?

Originally posted on Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice:
The singular and important role of the classroom teacher in getting students to learn is well established in the research literature (see here and here). I have no quarrel…

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US DOE Promises Funding Cuts To States Who Miss Participation Rates Two Years In A Row, Contact President Obama Now!

Originally posted on Reflections of a Second-career Math Teacher:
Anyone with children in public schools in the US should read the letter from the US DOE at this blog. It is accountability run amok, and borderline fascism. Bureaucrats just love…

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US DOE Promises Funding Cuts To States Who Miss Participation Rates Two Years In A Row, Contact President Obama Now!

Anyone with children in public schools in the US should read the letter from the US DOE at this blog. It is accountability run amok, and borderline fascism. Bureaucrats just love to make threats from their bully pulpits, whether at … Continue reading

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