The Education Gadfly Show

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.
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.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about educating through humiliation, removing poor kids from good schools, and why grades don't matter. Checker Finn and his granddaughter Emma stop by to talk pre-K and such, and Education News of the Weird is Too Close To the Sun.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about educating through humiliation, removing poor kids from good schools, and why grades don't matter. Checker Finn and his granddaughter Emma stop by to talk pre-K and such, and Education News of the Weird is Too Close To the Sun.
This week, Mike and NCTQ President Kate Walsh chat about Obama, Edwards, and Bloomberg. Kate tells us all about her organization's recently released Yearbook, and Education News of the Weird is a Turkish delight.
This week, Mike and NCTQ President Kate Walsh chat about Obama, Edwards, and Bloomberg. Kate tells us all about her organization's recently released Yearbook, and Education News of the Weird is a Turkish delight.
This week, Mike and Rick chat about special-ed, rogue charters, and school names. Matthew Ladner of the Goldwater Institute talks NCLB, and News of the Weird is rich and creamy.

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