A new paper looks at the impact of having demographically similar teachers on a wide range of students’ academic perceptions.
An L.A. Times editorial writer arranged to take one of the online credit recovery courses taken by students and found good and bad.
Traditional pension benefits aren’t portable. When a teacher moves to a new state, her previous service years don’t automatically rollover for free. Instead, she starts back at zero.
States now enjoy a freer hand to decide how they want to rate their schools. What should they do?
Today’s dispute over comparability marks the midpoint in a decades-long struggle over whether districts have a right to skimp on funding their most troubled schools.
For all the passion, though, I’m not sure that we actually have all that clear an idea of what it means to be a “reformer.”
No one doubts that suspension and expulsion rates in too many public schools are far too high. But simply telling schools to “do less” suspensions and expulsions, has not worked.
Pensions are eating further and further into state and local education budgets, eating up dollars that could be spent on lots of other things, especially higher education.
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