Here are some recent useful posts and articles on educational policy issues (You might also be interested in seeing all my “Best” lists related to education policy here):
Op-Ed: How can we make more students fall in love with math? is by JO BOALER.
➡️"10,000 students don't have a regular teacher in the classroom every day due to staffing shortages."
— Sac Teachers (@SacTeachers) March 21, 2022
SCUSD educators, staff set strike date. SCUSD warns all schools would close https://t.co/1aBjrmSgYu
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) March 20, 2022
Today in class: “Are you going to participate in the strike, Mr. Ferlazzo?” Before I can answer, another student responds, “He’s going out on strike. If he doesn’t, he’ll get exiled. Have you ever seen Lion King?”
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) March 18, 2022
New PACE report from @CarrieHahnel + @baumdiggs studies CA’s attendance-based funding system. A switch from attendance to enrollment-based student counts could help improve fiscal stability + resource equity but could also decrease attendance incentives. https://t.co/I8rd2wnCj5 pic.twitter.com/0lbwkFuBkG
— PACE (@edpolicyinca) March 17, 2022
"The only way the privatization movement can gain ground is to create controversy & distrust of the public school system." Here's the final (and most important) part of @Salon's 3-part series on Hillsdale College's role in America’s ongoing education wars. https://t.co/HJJc6nWylj
— Kathryn Joyce (@kathrynajoyce) March 17, 2022