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Summer 2012 / Vol. 12, No. 3

Not All Teachers Are Made of Ticky-Tacky, Teaching Just the Same

The true import of the Chetty study


Teaching the Teachers

Achievement Network offers support for data-driven instruction


Fight Club

Are advocacy organizations changing the politics of education?


Great Teaching

Measuring its effects on students’ future earnings


Door Still Closed

Alabama plaintiffs lose federal school finance challenge


When Education Reform Gets Personal

Confessions of a policy-wonk father


Do Schools Begin Too Early?

The effect of start times on student achievement


Best Practices Are the Worst

Picking the anecdotes you want to believe: A book review of Marc Tucker’s “Surpassing Shanghai”


Special Choices

Do voucher schools serve students with disabilities?


Moynihan Redux

Sadly, still more single-parent families. A review of Mitch Pearlstein’s “Shortchanging Student Achievement: The Educational, Economic, and Social Costs of Family Fragmentation”


Michigan’s Chartering Strategy

Choice and competition are good for authorizers, too


The Common Core Math Standards

Are they a step forward or backward?


Neither Broad Nor Bold

A narrow-minded approach to school reform


The Newsroom’s View of Education Reform

Surprise! The press paints a distorted picture


Hyper Hype

Will digital learning be killed by kindness?


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