The Education Gadfly Show

This week, Mike and Rick talk Little Rock, Palo Alto, and international competitiveness. We have an interview with one of the foremost authorities on NAEP, and Education News of the Weird is going to the movies with a hunk of Camembert.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about marketplaces, attorneys general, and Denver. Checker Finn pays us a visit and chats about the Broad Prize, and Education News of the Weird is: Got Milk?
This week, Mike and Rick talk about marketplaces, attorneys general, and Denver. Checker Finn pays us a visit and chats about the Broad Prize, and Education News of the Weird is: Got Milk?
This week, Mike and Rick chat about Catholics, Swiss cheese, and teachers. We've got an interview with Kate Walsh, who tells us why Congress is all screwed up, and Education News of the Weird is carb-free.
This week, Mike and Rick chat about Catholics, Swiss cheese, and teachers. We've got an interview with Kate Walsh, who tells us why Congress is all screwed up, and Education News of the Weird is carb-free.
This week, Mike and Rick chat about the suburbs, the College Board, and Raleigh. We've got an interview with Liam Julian, who tells us about the newly launched Fordham Fellows program, and Education News of the Weird is less education, less news, less weird, more jokes!
This week, Mike and Rick chat about the suburbs, the College Board, and Raleigh. We've got an interview with Liam Julian, who tells us about the newly launched Fordham Fellows program, and Education News of the Weird is less education, less news, less weird, more jokes!
This week, Mike and Rick talk about black kids, gifted kids, and the NYPD. We've got an interview with Ren? Islas, and Education News of the Weird is a cultural revolution.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about black kids, gifted kids, and the NYPD. We've got an interview with Ren? Islas, and Education News of the Weird is a cultural revolution.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about Arizona, Atlanta, Checker Finn, and Diane Ravitch. Professor Stefanie DeLuca, of Johns Hopkins, chats about why moving poor kids won't help them learn, and Education News of the Weird is bombastic.

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