November 8, 2011 | Posted At: 07:22 PM | Author: Alexander Russo | Category: Five Best Blogs [Of The Day]
, NCLB News
, On Capitol Hill
Bipartisan? Not So Much Chuck Edwards: Sen. Mike Enzi announced that his earlier vote to approve the committee’s ESEA reauthorization bill did not mean he fully supported it.
Teaching With the Enemy NYT: You simply cannot fix America’s schools by “scaling” charter schools. It won’t work. Real reform has to go beyond charters — and it has to include the unions.
NY Mag: Bloomberg pushed Klein out before he was ready to go
GothamSchools: New details tucked into a New York Magazine profile of Rupert Murdoch’s daughter Elisabeth seem to confirm that Bloomberg set the timeline for Klein’s departure — and suggest that Klein’s decision to head to Murdoch’s News Corporation was hastily made.
A Failure by Supercommittee Could Cost Early Education Programs
CAP: The sequesters affect all mandatory and discretionary spending, both defense and non-defense, with the exception of a list of specific exemptions. The exemptions include various child nutrition and welfare programs, as well as the Pell grant program, but no early childhood education programs.
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Understanding Diversity: What’s a Parent to Do?
Harvard Education Letter: Broaden Social Network Comfort Zones. Engage in Real Conversations About Diversity. Be Careful Not to Generalize Unsubstantiated Assumptions. Don’t Think of Diversity Awareness as a Destination but as a Journey