John Merrow’s last blog post of 2011 looks at what we should be thankful for — and what we still have to worry about.
by John Merrow on 21. Dec, 2011 in 2012 Presidential race, Arne Duncan, Current Events, Diane Ravitch, Early Childhood Education, Education Nation, Education Philosophies, Education Wars, Educational Language, Last In First Out, Michelle Rhee, Pre-K Education, Preschool, President Obama, Standardized tests, Teacher Training, Testing, The Influence of Teachers, pbs newshour, teachers unions, technology
by John Merrow on 01. Dec, 2011 in 2012 Presidential race, Current Events, Early Childhood Education, Education Philosophies, Education Wars, Educational Language, Occupy, Politics, Teacher Training, Testing, The Influence of Teachers, innovation, new york city, teachers unions
John Merrow opines on who “the one percent” really should be construed as — plus, a video quiz on how much you really know about the American teaching profession.
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- RT @NJParents1: The WaPo turned a blind eye to signs of cheating on high-stakes tests under Rhee, says @John_Merrow. http://t.co/hVOvCBg5Vm about 9 hours ago from web
- RT @PrestoVivace: @Catania_EdCmte We need a proper investigation http://t.co/oxMNjverH3 @John_Merrow about 9 hours ago from web
- The comments are worth reading, IMHO: http://t.co/bkfBfvf8Hk about 10 hours ago from web