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May 5, 2019 0

Sketching a Workable Way Forward on Teacher Pay

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In education circles, 2018 are going to be remembered as the year on the teacher strike. After decades of general labor peace in schooling, the spring was marked using a group of high-profile walkouts in states like West Virginia, Kentucky,...

May 1, 2019 0

EdNext Podcast: Lessons from an Effort to Reform Teacher Evaluation

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For four years, Tom Kane ran a task for any Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation which told her i would...

April 27, 2019 0

The complete Way of measuring a lecturer: Using value-added to gauge effects on student behavior

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When students appreciate everyday their most vital teachers, the social parts of their education are usually what they have to...

April 27, 2019 0

District Schools Aren’t Charter Schools

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David Osborne, well known for his best-selling Reinventing Government, is out with book, Reinventing America's Schools. To encourage it, he's...

April 27, 2019 0

How you can Earn Public Support for Charter Schools

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The education world is constantly digest the headline finding from the 2017 EdNext Poll: a dozen-percentage-point one-year decline in support...

April 27, 2019 0

Develop and Validate-Then Scale: Lessons from your Gates Foundation’s Effective Teaching Strategy

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Standards-based reform. School-to-work. No Child Put aside. Small schools. Teacher effectiveness. College- and career-ready standards. Grit. The U.S. education policy...

April 27, 2019 0

What on earth is Teacher Professionalism, Anyway?

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Last spring, I hosted some AEI dinners of which a cast of educational leaders sat because of discuss the universal...