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Web tools could deliver personalized instruction that builds on each student's strengths and addresses individual weaknesses," the EdLab director writes in Education Week, but skeptics need convincing.
"Community colleges have contributed to this problem," Bailey writes in The Chronicle of Higher Education on July 2, "but they are also essential to the solution."
The science educator interviews Neil deGrasse Tyson and the rap artist GZA about what kids need to get hooked on science.
James Borland writes that gifted programs should make education right for three million or so bright students, instead of "cultivating the rare talents that might blossom into eminence."
We know little about what works for the most under-prepared remedial students,writeThomas Bailey, Katherine Hughes and Shanna Smith Jaggars, thusfreedom to experiment along with built-in accountability measures is the best approach to improving outcomes.
Pallas's blog, the Sociological Eye on Education, profiles a very successful teacher who was rated by a value-added model "the worst eighth-grade math teacher in New York City."
Trusting in Wild Things: Lucy Calkins recalls that the late children's author and illustrator Maurice Sendak was "unafraid to put real books in kids' hands"
Trusting in Wild Thing: Lucy Calkins recalls that the late children's author and illustrator Maurice Sendak was "unafraid to put real books in kids' hands"
In the New York Times Economix blog, the assistant professor and researcher at TC's Community College Research Center, says research shows college-readiness tests are "only weakly related to college outcomes."
Koch and Contento: Questioning the Questions About Food Deserts
A student needs to ask and answer, "Why would I want to know this?"