Monthly Archives: August 2011

Join me ‘live’ on my new internet TV show!

So you loved my book.  And you loved my blog even more.  Well, how then are you going to feel about my upcoming live internet TV talk show hosted by an amazing new site (which isn’t even ‘live’ yet) called … Continue reading

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Class Warfare: Fact checking pages 201 through 300

pages 1 to 100 pages 101 to 200 pages 201 to 300 pages 301 to 350 pages 351 to 400 pages 401 to 437 In the first 100 pages, we meet the main characters and learn about successful charter schools.  … Continue reading

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Dallas Value Added Study — More Analysis

A few weeks ago, I wrote about how I did my own analysis of the 1997 study which is always quoted by Rhee about how 3 effective teachers in a row vs. 3 ineffective teachers in a row is life … Continue reading

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Looking for a whistle blower in New Orleans

I heard a rumor today which I can’t confirm, but hope that this post helps confirm or deny it. New Orleans, though it is being hailed as a miracle district after the restructuring after Katrina, seems to be an unregulated … Continue reading

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Class Warfare: Fact checking pages 101 through 200

pages 1 to 100 pages 101 to 200 pages 201 to 300 pages 301 to 350 pages 351 to 400 pages 401 to 437 Realizing that many people reading my blog don’t have the book to follow along with, I’m … Continue reading

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Class Warfare: Fact checking pages 1 through 100

pages 1 to 100 pages 101 to 200 pages 201 to 300 pages 301 to 350 pages 351 to 400 pages 401 to 437 When the new book ‘Class Warfare’ came out, the story of the current ed reform movement … Continue reading

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It Was 20 Years Ago Today Part II

Many of these ’20 years ago’ posts will begin with a short intro by the 2011 me, followed by a post by the 1991 me. If these intros distract you, I’ve set up a mirror blog at twentyyearsagotoday.teachforus.org where you … Continue reading

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