Monthly Archives: August 2015

Accountability, denial, and the unit of improvement

You can count on presidential campaigns to make clear the conventional “wisdom” on education.  Any reader can recount the main ingredients:  [a] public schools are failing or in crisis, [b] if we don’t fix this, we can’t be Top Nation, … Continue reading

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NGSS So far: Is the hippo dancing?

When the NGSS were being rolled out a couple of years ago, Rebecca Hite wrote a blog post (here) in which she expressed hope for the NGSS, along with a realistic sense of the challenges facing their implementation: Like the hippo, educational … Continue reading

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