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Americans "Reluctant to Impose Tough Sanctions on Schools or Individuals for Poor Performance"
In Defense of the American Public Education
SOTU and The State of the American Education
Gates Concerned About Video Assessment But  Favors Scripted Instruction
Mr. President, Please Put Some Faith in Your Public Schools
Education Reform Seen from the Educational Bloggers Perspective
When Generosity Hurts: Bill Gates, Public School Teachers and the Politics of Humiliation
American Teachers Can't  Compare to Counterparts in China
Be Precise About What the Problems in American Education Really  Are.
Is the Value-Added Modeling a Solution to Education Reform?
At  a Mississippi Middle School  Race Still Counts
Teaching Standards: Teachers Should Be Able to Question Their Own Actions With this Model
Linda Darling-Hammond Speaks of the Factory Model School
Education Data Is Now Easier to Find and Use in the U.S.
“Transformation May Be the Easiest Thing to Do Politically, But It’s the Hardest to Do Technically.”
Where is the Value of After School Programs?
HS Reform: Myths that Need to Be Debunked
The Impact of Spanish-only Preschool Classes on Young Latinos
A 'Core Team' Is What it Takes to the Edchat to Be Heard in Washington
In Defense of Public School Teachers in a Time of Crisis