T. S. Eliot, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and the bubble test.
How should we be thinking about the recent cheating scandals?
When quantitative social indicators are used for social decision-making, corruption arises; that’s Campbell’s Law. So where do we go from there in terms of testing?
A quote from Claude Steele — the new Dean of Education at Stanford — combined with other discussions John Merrow had in the past week to form an integral question about American education.
How can we make today’s students less consumers of technology — and more the innovators behind it?
John analyzes Jerry Brown’s new reduction-of-test-prep plan in California.
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