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Ignoring Advice

Back in 1976, when I was a crackerjack reporter for the Woodlawn High School...

The Neutrality Principle

Joshua Davey was once intent on becoming a minister, a plan that cost him...

Puzzled States

In January 2002, President George W. Bush signed a comprehensive revision of the Elementary...

Critical Demagogues

To the egoistic and asocial being that has just been born, must, as...

Rod Paige on teachers who cheat; the benefits of inclusion

It is shameful that a small minority of teachers feel the need to help their students cheat on tests. The issue says something larger about our society that is very hard to fathom and is simply unacceptable.

The Open Classroom

Like automotive models, women's hemlines, and children's toys, pedagogical fads come and go, causing...

Equally Mediocre

Final Test: The Battle for Adequacy in America’s Schools by Peter Schrag

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