Podcast

Fresh off the plane from AERA, Rick takes on Mike over The New York Times front page charter story, the new philanthropic overtures to the Department of Education, and the Arizona immigration law's implications for schools. Then Amber tells us about math teachers around the world and Rate that Reform hates on T.I.
Don't miss this week's edition, wherein Rick and Mike discuss Fordham's new charter autonomy study, Duncan's "stakeholder buy-in" mess, and the pending downfall of "last hired, first fired." Then Amber reports on twins and teacher effectiveness, and Stafford tells Big Brother to sign up for P.E.
Don't miss this week's edition, wherein Rick and Mike discuss Fordham's new charter autonomy study, Duncan's "stakeholder buy-in" mess, and the pending downfall of "last hired, first fired." Then Amber reports on twins and teacher effectiveness, and Stafford tells Big Brother to sign up for P.E.
This week, Mike and Andy discuss Charlie Crist's veto, Linda Darling-Hammond's charter school, and Race to the Test's quickly narrowing field. Then Amber tells us about a new PEPG study on teacher compensation, and Stafford eats a cold cheese sandwich?and loves it!
This week, Mike and Andy discuss Charlie Crist's veto, Linda Darling-Hammond's charter school, and Race to the Test's quickly narrowing field. Then Amber tells us about a new PEPG study on teacher compensation, and Stafford eats a cold cheese sandwich?and loves it!
This week, Mike and Rick take bets on whether Crist will sign the pending Florida teacher evaluation legislation, debate the merits of the newly proposed D.C. teacher contract, and decide holding prom on a weeknight was the death of fun. Then Amber confirms that teacher turnover might not have the negative effects on student achievement we assume, and Rate that Reform de-friends you.
This week, Mike and Rick take bets on whether Crist will sign the pending Florida teacher evaluation legislation, debate the merits of the newly proposed D.C. teacher contract, and decide holding prom on a weeknight was the death of fun. Then Amber confirms that teacher turnover might not have the negative effects on student achievement we assume, and Rate that Reform de-friends you.
Rick skips town to attend the NCAA finals in Indianapolis. (It's ok to be jealous.) So this week bitter two-point rivals Mike and Andy discuss the RTTT winners, Minnesota's changes for charter authorizers, whether virtual schools are the next silver bullet, and whose forthcoming book will make the New York Times bestseller list. Then Research Intern Daniela sits in for Amber "I'm on jury duty" Winkler on the Research Minute; she reports on a new study from Northwestern that finds NCLB does affect achievement?when tied to high standards and rigorous accountability. And finally Rate that Reform throws a Tea Party for the elderly.
Rick skips town to attend the NCAA finals in Indianapolis. (It's ok to be jealous.) So this week bitter two-point rivals Mike and Andy discuss the RTTT winners, Minnesota's changes for charter authorizers, whether virtual schools are the next silver bullet, and whose forthcoming book will make the New York Times bestseller list. Then Research Intern Daniela sits in for Amber "I'm on jury duty" Winkler on the Research Minute; she reports on a new study from Northwestern that finds NCLB does affect achievement?when tied to high standards and rigorous accountability. And finally Rate that Reform throws a Tea Party for the elderly.
This week, it's all Rick all the time in his new Rick-only segment, "Bent Sideways with Rick Hess." Hear him read aloud the last ten 1500-word "Straight Up" blog posts, which feature the word "I" a mere ninety-three times, in under twenty minutes.

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