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Teacher Survey Shows Morale Is at a Low Point - 1 views

By FERNANDA SANTOS Published: March 7, 2012 The slump in the economy, c...

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 13 Mar 12 no follow-up yet
Bonnie Sutton

A test for politicians on education (with cheat sheet) - 1 views

By Valerie Strauss Here are questions that education historian Diane Ravitch posed to politicans who make education policy. Ravitch, a research professor at New York University, is the author of nu...

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started by Bonnie Sutton on 26 Feb 12 no follow-up yet
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The Power of Educational Technology: New York Times edtech article fails the test! - 1 views

    Liz B. Davis 5:22 "Titled, In Classroom of the Future, Stagnant Scores , the article describes a school in Arizona where, despite a huge investment in technology, there hasn't been an increase in test scores. The article is based on one school in one town in Arizona, hardly a statistically significant sample. Larry Cuban, an outspoken critic of technology in schools since the early 1990s, is quoted multiple times. Not one of the many experts in the field of educational technology, whom we know and love, was interviewed (or at least quoted) in the article. The only reason given for the failure of technology is a lack of increase in test scores in a district that already had high test scores. Finally, there was no test comparing the technology skills of students in this school to any other school in the state. "
    About the same NYT article by Matt Richtel, a shorter and later version of which Jim Shimabukuro reviewed in
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