Tag: politics

Life As A Chicago Teacher | NBC News Now
Life As A Chicago Teacher | NBC News Now
Education reform: Lessons learned in New Mexico – Full interview with Hanna Skandera | VIEWPOINT
Education reform: Lessons learned in New Mexico – Full interview with Hanna Skandera | VIEWPOINT

Hanna: Bottom line, you would not think that people say, “If you’re poor and brown, it can’t be done. We can’t serve kids.” But they do. And at the end of the day, we have […] Read More

Urban education’s troubling cycle of disappointment | IN 60 SECONDS
Urban education’s troubling cycle of disappointment | IN 60 SECONDS

Every few years, a school district is celebrated for some eye-catching numbers. It is held up as a national model… and then, later, the numbers are unmasked as deceptive. In the early ’80s, Atlanta’s test […] Read More

Should You Teach English in China?
Should You Teach English in China?

Teaching English in China Some say the risk Is greater than the reward Welcome back to China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell. We’ve all been there. You worked hard to get your expensive college degree… only […] Read More

‘Watergate Road Map’ could give guidance to Mueller probe
‘Watergate Road Map’ could give guidance to Mueller probe
Bush-Obama education policy: Lessons learned | reTHINK TANK
Bush-Obama education policy: Lessons learned | reTHINK TANK

American policymakers have a lot of strong feelings about the role of the federal government, especially when it comes to education. Rand Paul: The federal government shouldn’t be involved at all in education. Elizabeth Warren: […] Read More

National Assessment of Educational Progress delivers bad news | IN 60 SECONDS
National Assessment of Educational Progress delivers bad news | IN 60 SECONDS

NAEP is called The Nation’s Report Card because these test scores consistently measure student learning over time. 2019’s results were just released, and warrant three takeaways and a caution. First, results were grim. Math scores […] Read More

Education reform: Why we shouldn’t use the courts | IN 60 SECONDS
Education reform: Why we shouldn’t use the courts | IN 60 SECONDS

Tired of the frustrations of politics and policy, school reformers have taken to turning to the courts to drive real reform. The most famous example of this is the Vergara lawsuit in California, in which […] Read More

▶️ Authoritarian Academia Is Indoctrination Not Education | EP#139
▶️ Authoritarian Academia Is Indoctrination Not Education | EP#139

Hey everyone Scott Cunningham aka @scottcbusiness today we’re going to be talking about how the authoritarian academic system today is indoctrination it’s not education and that’s a handful of words but I’d like to dive […] Read More

Matt Gaetz Accidentally Admits That Trump Desperately Schooled GOP On Handling Ukraine Call
Matt Gaetz Accidentally Admits That Trump Desperately Schooled GOP On Handling Ukraine Call

Republican representative Matt Gates is typically unflappable. Right? He has his lie. He sticks to his lie. Anytime he goes out in the media, he spreads that lie with confidence and never once shows any […] Read More