The Education Gadfly Show

Education on the campaign trail, an appetite for gifted schooling, racial opinion gaps on testing, and how teacher expectations vary by race.
An education policy summit, school integration, 2015's Education Next poll, and higher education's effect on Hispanic and black wealth.
Insolvent districts, alleged teacher shortages, NOLA’s ed reforms, and the market’s effect on teacher effectiveness.
AP U.S. History, teacher professional development, the myth of the overworked American kid, and math coursework’s effect on college readiness.
U.S. mathletes, career-focused charter schools, Minecraft, and the teacher quality gap.
ESEA amendments, college graduation rates, and pensions
ESEA reauthorization, character, and math instruction.
Disparate impact, Obamacare and ESEA, union agency fees, and how academic instruction affects students’ brains.
Who actually opts out of states tests, charter schools at twenty-five, Cami Anderson’s resignation, and the effects of non-public revenue on public schools.
Student data privacy, Jeb Bush’s education record, questions about curriculum, and the positive effects of working mothers.