Rather than talk about something education and constructive, media keeps focusing on the wrong things, like making excuses for the murderer, and impractical ideas from an former Education Secretary whose educational legacy is questionable, at best.
Kate Bolduan and Arne Duncan discuss the Wall Street Journal interview with the Santa Fe school shooter's father where he blames others for his son's murder spree.
It would make a big splash, but not the most practical suggestion ever.
It’s testing season in America, and despite of how students do, it’s clear who is already flunking the exams: Major media outlets and an entrenched education regime that’s prevailed in policy making for over 30 years.
While groups like StudentsFirst like to spend time demonizing teachers for the US's relatively low PISA score, there's really only one stat that addresses the problem, and no one wants to talk about it.
Arne Duncan's inappropriate tendency toward race-baiting and blamecasting has this white suburban mom angry. Very angry.
Finnish president Sauli Niinisto is calling for a moratorium on Americans touring his schools...because we're just not learning
Arne Duncan, our corporate public school destroyer, actually stepped on his own talking points about New York schools when he blamed the public schools for performance on Common Core tests.
The Windy City is is undergoing a tumultuous historical moment, with the uprising of the Chicago Teachers Union occurring alongside the ongoing restructuring and privatization of the Chicago Public Schools system.
(Remember this brilliant piece of Friedman logic? h/t Mugsy) Thomas Friedman is the pundit responsible for such logic fails as advocating for "six more months to turn the corner" in Iraq so many times that his name became synonymous for that
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