April 1, 2020

The civil wrongs movement

I applauded national civil rights organizations for urging Washington leaders to defend annual student assessments as they overhauled the No Child Left Behind law. Yet, not everyone was a fan. It seems obvious to me that civil …

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No bougie breaks for the poor

In a previous post [“Atlanta, we have a problem”] I asked readers to consider the facts about the cheating scandal that led to criminal convictions for a network of Atlanta teachers and administrators. This post is part two …

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Atlanta, we have a problem

I was going to ignore Atlanta. The troubling news of hefty prison sentences lobbed at public school teachers for their part in America’s largest public education cheating scandal looked too messy for me. It’s embarrassing.  My first …

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