Tag: education reform

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The revenge of the rubber room

  An education reform era policy ended recently as New York lawmakers repealed a law that attempted to remove ineffective instructors from public school classrooms. As Kathleen Moore of the Times Union explained: Districts can still fire probationary employees, as always. The measures that help them remove ineffective teachers who... READ MORE
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Florida parents and educators may be building the education value networks of the future
  Despite calls for reform and waves of attempted transformation,...
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Don’t double down on one-size-fits-all measurement
A surefire way to get heads nodding at an education...
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Brewer owner’s lawsuit looks to capitalize on Badger State’s new court and attack school choice options
The story: After two court victories in the 1990s, Wisconsin,...
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Deregulation offered to help Florida district schools compete in era of expanded education choice
When Florida lawmakers debated HB 1 earlier this year, the...
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How Florida can make its public schools open to all students
Christina Sheffield’s son, Graham, was soaring ahead of classmates. She...
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Rosenwald Schools set the stage for today’s education choice movement
    Rosenwald schools served as a forerunner of the...
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Study suggests best way to teach might depend on the subject
  Editor’s note: This post was originally published in the...
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Should U.S. schools add more time to make students competitive with peers in other countries?
Editor’s note: This year, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation...
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Florida Tax Credit Scholarship student has heart set on becoming a doctor
MIAMI – Nery Perez-Valdes wanted to become a doctor, but life...
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Black Minds Matter: How one woman is leading the charge for school change
Editor’s note: This article about Black Minds Matter founder Denisha...
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