Opens with a good joke. Nice.
The question always asked is how are our schools doing? How do we make schools more effective? Zhao is curious as to “effective at what”? Leave children behind where? Why race to the top? What’s at the top? A cliff that kids fall off?
“I’ve been labeled [...]
Note: This is my second year at Ohio School Board Association Conference. These are notes from the conference. This, or course, assumes I have decent internet access at the convention center. These post tend to run a bit dry as they’re composed on the fly.
Understand the difference between personal and district use. Keep them [...]
The Washington Post completed an interview with Rafe Esquith, the rock start, super teacher of Hobart Elementary School in Los Angles. Esquith wrote a recently released book titled “Real Talk for Real Teachers.” I’m quickly adding it to my to read list. The interview had a number of great quotes, some that I’d [...]
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