Has anyone noticed I just can’t stop blogging lately? Over at the Education Election blog, Cathy Grimes notes a part of the recent Democratic debate that included TIMSS, of all things (TIMSS makes the debate “lightning round”). I must have been sleeping by then. The NSBA blog pushes back on the notion of “dropout factories” that was popularized in a recent AP story. Meanwhile, the NCLB blog compares conservative views on vouchers and the SCHIP (SCHIP’s Rationale vs. Vouchers’). Joanne J digs out some standardized misdeeds in Washington State (Sham standards). And The Hoff shares tutoring news (Demand Doesn’t Keep up With SES Supply, Civil Rights Project Says). Charlie Barone picks up on the issue with his post (Supplemental Educational Services: End ‘em or Mend ‘em?). Eduwonkette finishes off her Halloween Edu-Parade with a flourish.
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