The Gadfly Daily’s week in review
March 24, 2012
March Madness couldn’t distract Fordham’s bloggers from the week’s important education news. A quick review:
- Terry Ryan warned that the Buckeye State is falling behind in the competition for education talent.
- Emmy profiled the “dropout factories” among Ohio’s high schools.
- Perhaps New York teachers are open to rethinking retirement benefits after all, noted Chris Tessone.
- John Kirtley, founder of Step Up for Students, discussed how to empower parents in education.
- The growth of D.C.’s charter school sector may require the schools to rethink their approach to discipline, wrote Adam Emerson.
- Dr. Paul Gross pointed out that America’s state science standards are neglecting evolution.
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