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Conservative Scholar Opposes Multiple Measures

By Alexander Russo — August 16, 2007 1 min read

Not that letters from academics usually make much difference, especially when they’re on the other side ideologically from the folks making the decisions, but here’s a letter from Hoover Institute researcher Erik Hanushek from last week that was sent along to me, in which he tells Chairman Miller what a bad idea multiple measures, writ large, are for school improvement. PDF here. Keep sending those letters and secret memos in.

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