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The Age of Janus and the Challenge to Teachers’ Unions

The ground has shifted under us, my friends of the public school landscape. The age of Janus is upon us. Continue reading

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Is the God of Testing Dead? Or Just More Dimly Lit in the Firmament?

The god of testing may have run its course and its power diminished. The reduction of teaching and learning to its quantifiable data points, a child of market thinking and a need for accountability, is necessarily here with us to stay, but perhaps in a more proportional role Continue reading

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