Nov 25, 2016

John Thompson: Are Conservative "Reformers" Bailing Out? - Living in Dialogue - Education Week Teacher

Guest post by John Thompson. Perhaps because they demonstrably lost the 2012 election, conservative school "reformers" are being much more candid about why bubble-in accountability has failed. A month ago, conservatives were united in their support of Indiana Superintendent Tony Bennett, Idaho's "Luna Laws," and other efforts to dramatically expand high-stakes testing. Now, conservative Mike...

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