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A Guide to the Common Core, the Next Phase of High-Stakes Testing

A Guide to the Common Core, the Next Phase of High-Stakes Testing

by Julianne Hing on January 13 2014, 7:00AM

The state standards, together with brand new tests, are sweeping across the country.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Florida Passes Education Plan That Sets Goals for Students Based on Race

Florida Passes Education Plan That Sets Goals for Students Based on Race

by Julianne Hing on October 16 2012, 2:15PM

Policymakers attempted to acknowledge the racialized realities of educational inequity. So where’d they go wrong?

Topics: Education Reform, /NOW, Schools & Youth

10 Years Later, No Child Left Behind Ignores Plenty Infographic

10 Years Later, No Child Left Behind Ignores Plenty

by Julianne Hing, Hatty Lee on January 12 2012, 9:50AM

INFOGRAPHIC: A day in the life of the student who is still being left behind by the landmark law, on its tenth anniversary.

Topics: Education Reform, Schools & Youth

Arizona Calls Off Decade-Long Accent Police Program in Schools

Arizona Calls Off Decade-Long Accent Police Program in Schools

by Jorge Rivas on September 27 2011, 10:41AM

Arizona calls off program that hindered some teachers from advancing because they pronounced “the” as “da.”

Topics: Schools & Youth

Relief from No Child Left Behind for States That Adopt Obama's Reforms

Relief from No Child Left Behind for States That Adopt Obama’s Reforms

by Julianne Hing on September 26 2011, 9:10AM

To some education watchers, Obama’s reforms don’t necessarily mark a departure from the market-driven reform philosophy that fueled No Child Left Behind.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Obama Wants to Put His Stamp on No Child Left Behind This Year

Obama Wants to Put His Stamp on No Child Left Behind This Year

by Julianne Hing on March 14 2011, 1:32PM

After two years of pushing his education agenda through stimulus money, the president turns to Congress.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Questions Shadow Higher Ed Reform for Students of Color

by Michelle Chen on June 7 2010, 1:39PM

Under Obama’s education reform agenda, billions in grant money is headed down the pipeline, including a boost for community colleges and sweeping reforms in K-12 schools. Schools that focus on communities of color may have the most to gain and…

Topics: Schools & Youth

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