Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Bon Voyage (7/12)

I am on a two-week vacation, driving cross-country with my wife to spend time with family in Seattle. In my absence, I have dug into the archives and pulled up some reruns for you. Though what I most suggest is that you check out the blogroll on the right side of the page. There are some outstanding bloggers, and if there are some folks you've never sampled, there's no day like today.
Some very old favorites from 2013

Why American Public Education Is Worth the Fight

The US is a big gloriously polyglot mess of a country, stitched together out of pieces-parts from every other people on the planet. As such, we can only claim a handful of native art forms. Jazz, comics, maybe baseball. And true public education.

Arne Duncan vs. Moms

That time that the Secretary of Education stuck his foot square in his mouth by blaming white moms for Common Core's problems.

Raise the Bar (or Not)

About that frequently used image for higher standards

The World's Worst Boyfriend

In the age of reform, is the teaching profession in the worst relationship ever?

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