Podcast

Mike and Rick get nostalgic for 2010 then turn their thoughts to 2011. Amber goes all-in on school productivity and Daniela learns how to spell "assessment."
Mike and Rick are feeling the holiday spirit as they explain Fordham?s new report , lament school turnaround efforts, and discuss Cathie Black: The Education Novice. Amber asks for students? perspectives and Chris gets ?Urkeled.?
With Rick back in the saddle, he and Mike commend Michelle Rhee, lament Shanghai, and dissect last hired, first fired by the numbers. Amber sings Dixie?and sings praises for TFA?while Chris posts a YouTube video on a school brawl.
Mike and Janie commend David Steiner?s decision, opine about differentiated instruction, and attend a Tea Party. Amber goes global and Chris gives soccer the silent treatment.
With football on the brain, Mike and Rick offer up a play-by-play of the Joel Klein-Cathie Black saga in New York City, and sack NCATE?s reform report. Amber reveals an interesting Education Next survey to the hosts, and Chris decries a camp-out.
Mike and Rick wax political, and then dig deep on Maryland?s Race to the Top grant, online credit recovery programs, and the downward slope of American educational attainment. Amber dazzles with a review of education-related census data and Chris disproves the old adage that quality trumps quantity.
Mike and Rick are manifestoed out, and instead talk shop on election implications, campaign contributions, and color-blind admissions. Amber jazzes up the pension reform debate, and Chris asks which witch is which.
Mike and Rick answer life?s mysteries as they pertain to the election, OCR overreach, and publically-available teacher ratings. And if that?s not enough, Amber questions character education and Chris brings in the dogs.
Mike and Rick answer life?s mysteries as they pertain to the election, OCR overreach, and publically-available teacher ratings. And if that?s not enough, Amber questions character education and Chris brings in the dogs.
Mike and Janie discuss Fordham's new paper on Common Core implementation and governance, and get into the sort-of good, the oh-so-bad, and the ugly truth of teachers unions. Amber shows how great Montgomery County is, and Amanda admires the Maine outdoors.

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