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TODAY IN DC: Broader Bolder Accountability Meeting

The Broader Bolder Approach folks are convening today to lament Linda Darling Hammond's return to Stanford explore how a workable accountability system can be designed, and principles for a new accountabily system that will be presented to the Obama administration.

State_of_the_UnionWho's a member of this particular cabal?  Presenters will include: Christopher Cross, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education (1989-91); Daniel Koretz, author of Measuring Up: What Educational Testing Really Tells Us; Susan B. Neuman, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education (2001-03); Tom Payzant, BBA co-chair and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education (1993-1995); Diane Ravitch (via video), former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education (1991-1993); Richard Rothstein, author of Grading Education, Getting Accountability Right; Robert Schwartz, Academic Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education and founding president, Achieve.

Via Fritzwire.

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