Blogs: A Quick Spin Around The Blogs
Duncan on the Future of NCLB Ed-Reckoning
I don't believe we're relying on the altruism of others to solve our self-inflicted education woes.
Department Kicks off NCLB Discussion at Packed Forum PK12
More than 200 advocates from a wide range of groups packed the U.S. Department of Education today.
Bad Title, Mind-Changing Book Uncle Jay
We education writers receive many books in the mail with terrible titles, real slumber-time stuff.
Good Class In a Not So Good Neighborhood… Just A Substitute
The last time I was here, the police had just nabbed a guy that lived in the apartments bordering the school for murdering his girlfriend and dumping the body at the city landfill.
Think-tanks & class size Small Talk
With class sizes in L.A. high schools soaring to 50 per class and Brooklyn kids being squeezed into classrooms with a shoehorn, Finn and his crew have suddenly grown quiet on the topic.
Post Magazine Writer Tries to Figure Out D.C. Chancellor District Dossier
The Washington Post's Marc Fisher tells District Dossier that when it comes to Michelle A. Rhee, "what you see is what you get."