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Go Slow on Following Florida Reforms, TC's Chatterji Says

Madhabi Chatterji, Associate Professor of Measurement-Evaluation and Education, says a recent Heritage Foundation report endorsing Florida's education reforms is based on flawed data analysis.
Madhabi Chatterji, Associate Professor of Measurement-Evaluation and Education, says a recent Heritage Foundation report endorsing Florida’s education reforms is based on flawed data analysis.
 
LINK to story:  Go slow on following Florida reforms, researcher says


Find a press release by the National Education Policy Center.
Find Madhabi Chatterji’s review on the NEPC website.
Find Closing the Racial Achievement Gap: Learning from Florida’s Reforms by Matthew Ladner and Lindsey Burke on the web.
Find a link to Kevin Welner's blog, from NEPC at the University of Colorado, and discussions on the issue.
THE WASHINGTON POST ONLINE  Dec 2, 2010 - Florida’s public school system is frequently held up as an exemplary example of how specific school reforms -- vouchers, charter schools, high-stakes standardized tests, etc. -- can improve student achievement. … A new review of the report, by Madhabi Chatterji of Teachers College at Columbia University, questioning its methodology and citing flaws that undermine its key conclusions.



Published Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010

Go Slow on Following Florida Reforms, TC's Chatterji Says

Madhabi Chatterji, Associate Professor of Measurement-Evaluation and Education, says a recent Heritage Foundation report endorsing Florida’s education reforms is based on flawed data analysis.
 
LINK to story:  Go slow on following Florida reforms, researcher says


Find a press release by the National Education Policy Center.
Find Madhabi Chatterji’s review on the NEPC website.
Find Closing the Racial Achievement Gap: Learning from Florida’s Reforms by Matthew Ladner and Lindsey Burke on the web.
Find a link to Kevin Welner's blog, from NEPC at the University of Colorado, and discussions on the issue.
THE WASHINGTON POST ONLINE  Dec 2, 2010 - Florida’s public school system is frequently held up as an exemplary example of how specific school reforms -- vouchers, charter schools, high-stakes standardized tests, etc. -- can improve student achievement. … A new review of the report, by Madhabi Chatterji of Teachers College at Columbia University, questioning its methodology and citing flaws that undermine its key conclusions.



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