The Education Gadfly Show

This week, Mike and Rick talk about how to pay educators, test four-year-olds, and train middle school teachers. Education Week's Mark Walsh stops by to discuss Bong Hits 4 Jesus, and Education News of the Weird is melting, melting!
This week, Mike and Rick talk about how to pay educators, test four-year-olds, and train middle school teachers. Education Week's Mark Walsh stops by to discuss Bong Hits 4 Jesus, and Education News of the Weird is melting, melting!
This week, Mike and Rick discuss Michigan, bribery, and lingerie. The Aspen Institute's Gary Huggins stops by to chat about the Commission on No Child Left Behind, and News of the Weird is a flag in an army of women, or a liberating woman's street, or something like that.
This week, Mike and Rick discuss Michigan, bribery, and lingerie. The Aspen Institute's Gary Huggins stops by to chat about the Commission on No Child Left Behind, and News of the Weird is a flag in an army of women, or a liberating woman's street, or something like that.
This week, Mike and Rick chat about David Brooks, pizza, and terrorists. We've got an interview with field trip expert Kathy Carroll, and Education News of the Weird is weirdly liberating.
This week, Mike and Rick chat about David Brooks, pizza, and terrorists. We've got an interview with field trip expert Kathy Carroll, and Education News of the Weird is weirdly liberating.
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 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

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