The Education Gadfly Show

Mike and Rick compare GOP govs, determining who is the fairest of them all. They then think outside the box on integration before debating findings from our recent survey of Ohio supes. Amber dissects the latest science NAEP TUDA results and Chris ODs on adderall.
Mike and Rick compare GOP govs, determining who is the fairest of them all. They then think outside the box on integration before debating findings from our recent survey of Ohio supes. Amber dissects the latest science NAEP TUDA results and Chris ODs on adderall.
Fordhamite for life Liam Julian goes another round on the podcast, as he and Mike discuss the clashes in the Midwest, the self-sabotage of Detroit, and what?s so irksome about Michelle Rhee. Amber shows that not all charter schools are created equal (the urban ones are better) and Chris gets out the whip against corporal punishment.
Fordhamite for life Liam Julian goes another round on the podcast, as he and Mike discuss the clashes in the Midwest, the self-sabotage of Detroit, and what?s so irksome about Michelle Rhee. Amber shows that not all charter schools are created equal (the urban ones are better) and Chris gets out the whip against corporal punishment.
Mike and Janie hit hard with talk of the proposed budgets, racial classifications, and Michelle Rhee?s legacy. Amber taps the minds of school-board members while Chris yells ?No one puts baby in a cage?or a corner!?
Mike and Janie hit hard with talk of the proposed budgets, racial classifications, and Michelle Rhee?s legacy. Amber taps the minds of school-board members while Chris yells ?No one puts baby in a cage?or a corner!?
With vocal deftness, Mike and Rick?Amber, too?discuss leadership in school turnaround efforts, collective-bargaining rights, and the need (or lack thereof) for state boards of education. Daniela channels Tom Loveless, noting that the U.S. has never been on top in international tests, and Chris reminds us that schools shouldn?t be like Santa Claus.
With vocal deftness, Mike and Rick?Amber, too?discuss leadership in school turnaround efforts, collective-bargaining rights, and the need (or lack thereof) for state boards of education. Daniela channels Tom Loveless, noting that the U.S. has never been on top in international tests, and Chris reminds us that schools shouldn?t be like Santa Claus.
Mike jousts (verbally, of course) with Dave DeSchryver, a Washington insider and Whiteboard Advisors consultant, on the State of the Union, NAEP science results, and D.C. education politics. Amber wishes CAP had named names, and Chris plays robo-calling cop.
Mike jousts (verbally, of course) with Dave DeSchryver, a Washington insider and Whiteboard Advisors consultant, on the State of the Union, NAEP science results, and D.C. education politics. Amber wishes CAP had named names, and Chris plays robo-calling cop.

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