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Five Best Blogs: Are You Smarter Than A 12th Grader?

ScreenHunter_06 Jul. 19 06.37  The Army of Angry Teachers Jay P. Greene: What feels like success to angry teachers is actually sowing the seeds of failure for the teacher union. RESPONSE: Anger Management Liam Goldrick

Are You Smarter Than a 12th Grader? Mother Jones: I'm a pretty smart guy and I read a lot and I keep up with things better than most people, but this was tough stuff. 

Myths of school discipline challenged Donna St. George: Harsh discipline is not always a reflection of the students in a particular school. It can be driven by those in charge. 

Duncan’s Dilemma The Enterprise Blog:  He’s fighting a losing battle in the court of public opinion when it comes to NCLB and the role of Washington in school reform. 

The Wrath Against Khan Hacked Education:  While students receive these sorts of videos positively, they are actually learning very little or learning very superficially. 

Our schools’ secret success Mike Petrilli/Fordham: Today’s poor and minority students are achieving one, two, and sometimes three grade levels higher than their counterparts in the early 1990s were.


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