Every year for the past 44 years, Phi Delta Kappa and Gallup have done a Poll On Education issues. This year’s poll results were just released. I’ve been out of town for the past couple of days, and haven’t had a chance to review it in-depth. I thought, though, that it would be useful to share with readers some of the commentaries on the poll that will be on on my reading list this weekend.
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Here are my choices for The Best Posts/Articles On This Year’s Phi Delta Kappa and Gallup Education Poll — 2012:
Poll: Americans’ views on public education is by Valerie Strauss at The Washington Post.
What the PDK/Gallup Poll Says About U.S. Education (And How It Compares to Finland) is by Barnett Berry.
Changes in the Public’s Attitudes Toward the Public Schools is at The Learning First blog.
Analyzing the new PDK/Gallup poll on how Americans view public education is by Diane Ravitch.
The Seven Most Surprising Findings of the 2012 PDK/Gallup Poll on Public Schools is from Ed Week.
Poll: Attitudes soften over children of illegal immigrants is from USA Today.
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