The Education Gadfly Show

The Ferguson grand jury decision, pre-K for disadvantaged kids, school discipline, and summer reading programs.
New ESEA waiver guidelines, easy and inexpensive literacy boosts, Catholic schools, and helping at-risk high school students.
Mayor de Blasio’s school plan, low American math scores, the intersection of standards and charters, and school management.
The midterm elections, Common Core math confusion, Joel Klein, and teacher selection tools.
The testing pushback, a college boost for poor kids, adolescent readers, and school-supporting nonprofits.
The benefits of live theater, how and whether to discipline, detrimental reading tests, and relative school costs.
Civil rights, Christopher Columbus, D.C. school spending, and teacher prep.
Philly’s budget woes, waiver revocations, NYC school grades, and postsecondary education for the disadvantaged.
Common Core reading wars, union endorsements of convicted felons, schools that encourage patriotism, and the health of the charter movement. Gadfly Studios | October 1, 2014
Independence scotched, letting 16-year-olds vote, destructive school boards, think tank journalism, and a deep dive on instructional practices. Amber's Research Minute " Examining the Relationship Between Teachers' Instructional Practices and Students' Mathematics Achievement ," by Janine M...

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