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From Jeff Solochek in Gradebook: The Florida Education Association is contending that the state Board of Education hasn’t created appropriate rules to do the lawmakers’ will. “We believe they’ve written it in such a way that no one really can … Continue reading
Education Week’s Sean Cavanagh is writing in a new niche blog, Charters and Choice. His post today on Michelle Rhee offers some new takeaways. First of those is that Rhee’s support for vouchers is limited: I was curious about Rhee’s views on this … Continue reading
Why it Matters in Florida That For the Second Straight Year, “Highly Effective” Teachers Are Still Clustered in Rich, White D.C.
From the Washington Examiner: For the second year in a row, a disproportionate number of “highly effective” teachers are employed in affluent, white areas of the District, school officials confirmed. “We’re continuing to look at that, and it’s a trend … Continue reading