The Education Gadfly Show

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.''
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.''
This week, Mike and guest co-host, education advocate Dave Deschryver, chat about why management matters, why Checker Finn is not the only conservative in Washington, and why we'll have two more years to criticize NCLB. Education News of the Weird is out of the office and will have inconsistent email access.
This week, Mike and guest co-host, education advocate Dave Deschryver, chat about why management matters, why Checker Finn is not the only conservative in Washington, and why we'll have two more years to criticize NCLB. Education News of the Weird is out of the office and will have inconsistent email access.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about time machines, fedora-wearing politicos, and the benefits of sucking up. Checker Finn stops by and grants us an interview, and Education News of the Weird is, once again, purely puerile, even disgusting. Happy holidays, listeners!
This week, Mike and Rick talk about time machines, fedora-wearing politicos, and the benefits of sucking up. Checker Finn stops by and grants us an interview, and Education News of the Weird is, once again, purely puerile, even disgusting. Happy holidays, listeners!
This week, Mike and Rick demand more pledging, less union meddling, and longer speeches from Bill Gates. Our interview with Graham Down about liberal arts curricula is real, and it's spectacular, and Education News of the Weird is all about One Teacher's Left Behind. Fish rot from the head, we're told.
This week, Mike and Rick demand more pledging, less union meddling, and longer speeches from Bill Gates. Our interview with Graham Down about liberal arts curricula is real, and it's spectacular, and Education News of the Weird is all about One Teacher's Left Behind. Fish rot from the head, we're told.
This week, Mike and Rick talk about loopholes, middle class whining, and tough love in the City of Brotherly Love. We have a trying interview, and there's something suspect about Education News of the Weird. If you think this podcast is going badly, don't worry: We've commissioned a Study Group
This week, Mike and Rick talk about loopholes, middle class whining, and tough love in the City of Brotherly Love. We have a trying interview, and there's something suspect about Education News of the Weird. If you think this podcast is going badly, don't worry: We've commissioned a Study Group

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