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Today's post: Immediate gratification and education policy - bit.ly/18wn0ZF
It seems I'm "hurting America" by always sharing journal articles using their actual titles - slate.me/1f27Lf3
@mattyglesias You could at least mention that that's the title of the actual article (and that is what I do for every single paper I share).
It is dangerous to expect all education policies to have an immediate, measurable impact.
Check your knowledge on how young children learn language by taking this 2 minute quiz.
A brief discussion of the interpretation of the findings of a recent study of DC's new teacher evaluation system.
A new study of states' ESEA waiver applications finds that most are using the same flawed measures that have poisoned accountability policy for a decade.
How much do preschoolers from disadvantaged and more affluent backgrounds know about the world and why does that matter?
A brief analysis of the correlation between DC charter school ratings and student characteristics.
Tennessee provides a good example of publishing teacher preparation ratings without sufficient guidance as to how the data should be interpreted.
A review of a new book by Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl who spoke out for a woman's right to an education.
Do charter schools do more – get better results – with less? If you ask this question, you’ll probably get very strong answers, ranging from the affirmative to the negative, often depending on the person’s overall view of charter schools. The reality, however, is that we really don’t know. There’s still relatively little solid empirical [...]