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Excerpt From Great Richard Rothstein Book

I like education writer Richard Rothstein a lot, as you can see from some previous posts. I just learned that an excerpt from his excellent book, Class and Schools: Using Social, Economic, and Educational Reform To Close The Black-White Achievement Gap. is available online. I also included several quotes from his book in my own, Building Parent Engagement In Schools. I use his research to help reinforce why schools need to work with parents to respond to the major impediments to student achievement outside the schoolhouse walls. Thanks to Susan Ohanian for the tip. Share...

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Rothstein Interview

Anthony Cody is publishing a four-part interview with Richard Rothstein, one of my favorite writers on education issues, on his blog, Living In Dialogue. It’s well worth a visit. Thanks to John Norton for the tip. Share...

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This Week’s “Round-Up” Of Useful Posts & Articles On Ed Policy Issues

Here are some recent useful posts and articles on educational policy issues (You might also be interested in The Best Articles, Videos & Posts On Education Policy In 2017 – So Far): Is living in poverty really a ‘mind-set’? is by Richard Rothstein. It’s a good commentary on some remarks HUD Secretary Ben Carson made earlier this summer, which I previously talked about in NY Times Publishes Best Summary Of Why Social Emotional Learning Isn’t Enough….. I’m adding it to The Best Places To Learn What Impact A Teacher (& Outside Factors) Have On Student Achievement. Trump Administration Advances School Vouchers Despite Scant Evidence is from Scientific American. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Learning Why School Vouchers Are A Bad Idea (& Other Commentaries On “Choice”). Education by the Numbers is from The New York Times.  It provides a good overview of present ed stats. I’m adding it to The Best Places To Get Reliable, Valid, Accessible & Useful Education Data. A school where you can’t fail — it just takes you longer to learn is from The Hechinger Report. Who Benefits From the Expansion of A.P. Classes? is from The New York Times. Share...

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A Look Back: What Were The Number One Websites For Learning In 2007 & 2008?

  Next February, this blog will be celebrating its ten-year anniversary! Leading up to it, I’m re-starting a series I tried to do in the past called “A Look Back.” Each week, I’ll be re-posting a few of my favorite posts from the past ten years.   I first began publishing “Best” lists in at the end of 2007 and the beginning of 2008 (there are now 1,600 of them!). Here are the sites I identified as the best in their respective categories for that year, along with my original commentary.  Surprisingly, they are still  online.  Even though I wouldn’t say any one of them is still the “best” available (except, perhaps, for Henny Jellema’s site – that is an extraordinary one for Beginning ELLs), I think – apart from Tumblr – they all still provide good learning experiences: Best Web 2.0 Application For Education: Tumblr — This “micro-blogging” site upgraded their service this year. It’s a great place for students to easily post a whole lot of their work. Students can have individual or group “Tumblrs.” A student can also share their password with a small number of students who can leave comments. The Best Web 2.0 Application For ESL/EFL Learners: VoiceThread — You can upload pictures and create an audio narrative to go along with them. In addition, audio comments can be left by visitors. VoiceThread also provides a...

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