The Education Gadfly Show

This week, Mike and Rick talk about NAEP, militant Miami soccer moms, and a Fordham report's long-lost twin. Our interview is holier than thou, and News of the Weird goes Sub-Saharan.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about Steve Jobs, smart kids, and the Japanese. We've got an interview with the AFT's Michele McLaughlin, and Education News of the Weird is either disgusting or delicious--we're not sure
This week, Mike and Rick talk about Steve Jobs, smart kids, and the Japanese. We've got an interview with the AFT's Michele McLaughlin, and Education News of the Weird is either disgusting or delicious--we're not sure
This week, Mike and Rick chat about the FDA, why Spitzer loves the folks at Ed Sector, and Al Gore. Mike speaks Sanskrit and boasts about his yoga skills with our interviewee, and Education News of the Weird is all choked up.
This week, Mike and Rick chat about the FDA, why Spitzer loves the folks at Ed Sector, and Al Gore. Mike speaks Sanskrit and boasts about his yoga skills with our interviewee, and Education News of the Weird is all choked up.
This week, Mike and Rick discuss Bush's proposal for NCLB reauthorization, how to help kids in Denver, and how to take a robot to the prom. Chris Swanson tells us why Quality Counts 2007 is worthwhile, and Education News of the Weird is hot for teacher.
This week, Mike and Rick discuss Bush's proposal for NCLB reauthorization, how to help kids in Denver, and how to take a robot to the prom. Chris Swanson tells us why Quality Counts 2007 is worthwhile, and Education News of the Weird is hot for teacher.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about big changes in the Big Apple, the rabble-rousing Charles Murray, and the time Mike dressed up as a cheerleader. Our interview is a sign of things to come, and News of the Weird gets medieval on you.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about big changes in the Big Apple, the rabble-rousing Charles Murray, and the time Mike dressed up as a cheerleader. Our interview is a sign of things to come, and News of the Weird gets medieval on you.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about why Quality Counts thinks U.S. education is the world's best, kids at Brown have so much time to throw naked parties, and Texas is a progressive place. We've got an interview with Alexander Russo (who says Andrew Rotherham is in way over his head with this education stuff), and News of the Weird is ''wax on, wax off.''

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