The Education Gadfly Show

This week, Mike and guest host Kate Walsh chat about Los Angeles, Chicago, and the State of the Union's effect on NCLB reauthorization. Coby offers a two-minute review of Two Million Minutes, and Education News of the Weird is dark and hot and steamy, but in a bad way.
This week, Mike and Rick chat about MBA principals, New York City's data-tracking, and what else ails Dallas. Education News of the Weird is personality driven.
This week, Mike and Rick chat about MBA principals, New York City's data-tracking, and what else ails Dallas. Education News of the Weird is personality driven.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about why America doesn't need more college grads, why choice isn't enough, and why cracking down on corruption is sometimes good and sometimes bad. Education News of the Weird legislates morality--at least for calendars.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about why America doesn't need more college grads, why choice isn't enough, and why cracking down on corruption is sometimes good and sometimes bad. Education News of the Weird legislates morality--at least for calendars.
This week, Mike and Rick talk Iowa, special education, and the wisdom of children. We've got an interview with Sunil Iyengar of the National Endowment for the Arts, and Education News of the Weird is growing up so fast.
This week, Mike and Rick talk Iowa, special education, and the wisdom of children. We've got an interview with Sunil Iyengar of the National Endowment for the Arts, and Education News of the Weird is growing up so fast.
This week, Mike and Rick talk incentive pay in Dallas, Head Start, and the power of unions. Fordham's Jeff Kuhner talks about the 2008 presidential contest, but Education News of the Weird was tied up at the time.
This week, Mike and Rick talk incentive pay in Dallas, Head Start, and the power of unions. Fordham's Jeff Kuhner talks about the 2008 presidential contest, but Education News of the Weird was tied up at the time.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about developing talent; Winerip's illogic; and separating students by race, gender, etc. Tom Loveless stops by to talk about his new Brown Center report (reviewed below), and Education News of the Weird hits the campaign trail.

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