Make of this what you will.
Late last week, a few days before the Save Our Schools March in Washington D.C., organized to protest the Obama administration’s standardized test-centric school reform policies, an invitation to several of the march leaders materialized from the White House.
After many months of planning the march, after letters were sent to President Obama asking him to reconsider policies that blamed teachers for things they were not responsible, after pleas to U.
Veteran teacher Anthony Cody was one of the main organizers of last week’s Save Our Schools March , the first time thousands of public school teachers gathered in Washington D.C. to publicly protest the Obama administration’s educat... Read Post
We all know about the many efforts to rate and/or rank schools by student standardized test scores and other data points — but without any of the out-of-school factors that play an enormous role in how well young people fare acade... Read Post
Organizers of Saturday’s Save Our Schools March in Washington, D.C., have declined an invitation to meet today at the White House with education advisers to President Obama, saying they would instead be available after the march. Th... Read Post