Monthly Archives: October 2015

Research and practice 2: Data driven to distraction

Data, data, data.  Everybody wants more and better, it seems.  A lot of educational research is aimed at using all this data to change… what?  At this point, it’s hard to see how most of the data has resulted in … Continue reading

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Arne’s exit

The ed blogosphere has done quite a lot of post-mortem analysis of Arne Duncan’s impact as Secretary of Education, since he announced his departure from that post a few days ago.  A great place to start the retrospective tour is … Continue reading

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