Two former school leaders and current faculty of Harvard Graduate School of Education offer their views on school leadership: Deborah Jewell-Sherman considers No Child Left Behind's impact on school leadership. Mary Grassa O’Neill shares recommendations for combating principal churn. (November 11, 2015)
ROUNDTABLE OPINION BLOG
In October, the U.S. Department of Education released a “Testing Action Plan,” advocating for a 2 percent cap on time spent testing in class. Also, a comprehensive study from the Council of the Great City Schools was released detailing the frequency of school tests. We asked seven education practitioners and leaders to respond to the effects these tests can have on students. (November 13, 2015)
College-Readiness Assessments: Be Careful What You Wish For (11/18 01:40 pm)
Letters to the Editor
- • Illinois' Cuts in Child-Care Aid Are 'Devastating for the Working Poor'
- • Gov. Brown's Veto of Ethnic-Studies Bill Derails 'Cross-Racial Understanding'
- • Lesson Plans Versus Reliance On Rare 'Teachable Moments'
We should not use assessments as the ceiling of our students’ learning, but rather as stepping-stones to help our students become their very best, says middle school teacher Farida Mama. (November 10, 2015)
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