Category Archives: education

College or Career Ready?

A week ago I published a report on the Smarter Balanced training I received, including the implications as I see them for the future use of the assessment. In that post I mentioned a task force that SBAC was convening … Continue reading

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Charter Schools and Me

Recently I found myself on the receiving end of ire, both public and personal, over the perceptions other people have of my stance on charter schools. I say it in that way because, to date, I have no stance on … Continue reading

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Somebody ought to do something

“Putting Our Values to Work: A Guide for the Association Human and Civil Rights Activist” as found on Often times when people hear or read about a wrong, they say somebody ought to do something about it. But the … Continue reading

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