Winter 2004: Vol. 4, No. 1

Recycling Reforms

The Department of Education enters the innovation business

Autism and the Inclusion Mandate

Daniel experiences the regular classroom

The Knowledge Guild

The tension between unions and professionals

Why Choice Is Good for Teachers

Traditionalists and progressives coexist warily in today’s public schools, creating fragmented institutions with no common ethos. Letting teachers start their own schools may bring an end to the pedagogical holy wars.

Money and Motivation

Michigan links college scholarships to high-school results

To Catch a Cheat

The pressures of accountability may encourage school personnel to doctor the results from high-stakes tests. Here’s how to stop them.


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