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Tag Archives: Wendy Kopp
One time Michelle Rhee apologist, Jay Mathews, predicted a cover-up. He got one. Wrote Mathews in June of the snail’s pace of the DC inspector generals investigation of test-cheating which occurred on Rhee’s watch as DC chancellor: What about all those erasures? … Continue reading
Sara Mosle – Journalist, TFA Alum, Princeton Grad and Current School Teacher Dissects Steve Brill’s “Class Warfare”
I’ve come to accept that part of effective blogging is frequently dismissed by accusations of “taking things out of context.” This is a fair enough point, but the most effective bloggers do so for the purpose of advancing debate and providing analysis. The blogging … Continue reading
The amount of wisdom which comes with experience is immeasurable. While this is dismissed out of hand by school reformers Kopp, Rhee and Bush as it pertains to teaching, we expect and desire experience in every other profession we deem important. … Continue reading
From Atlanta NBC 11: Three Teach for America educators in Atlanta schools have confessed to cheating to state investigators and more were implicated. “A handful of our teachers did confess to cheating and there are no excuses for that. It’s … Continue reading