Oh, that month again. Here's some reading from the week. Remember to pass along what speaks to you.
Common Core Creator Slammed Reading Teachers for Having a Research Gap-- How Ironic
Nancy Bailey sounds the irony alert on a critique of teachers and research.
Why New Educators Resent "Reformers".
Let's hear from the newest generation teachers-- the ones who grew up with reformster policies shaping their education.
Algorithms Ate My Homework
A new-to-me blogger talks about machine scoring and standardized testing. And there's a cartoon.
DeVos Sides With For Profit Colleges.
Jan Resseger takes a look at one of Betsy DeVos's more recent bad decisions.
The indispensable Mercedes Schneider takes a look at reformster Paul Pastorak. It's a long read, but it not only serves as a warning to Puerto Rico, but yet another case study of how these guys network and just keep falling upward.
Cultivating Kindness In An Unkind World.
An interesting classroom experiment, and some thoughts on kindness and narcissism.
Can We Get School Accountability Policy Right
Deven Carlson says no, and he gives two reasons why not.