Education reforms should obey Campbell’s law
Frederick M. Hess | Education Next
In education, improvement efforts have frequently been blindsided by Campbell’s law. Attempts to evaluate schools and teachers using a few simple metrics, primarily reading and math scores, have given educators cause to do everything possible to boost those results.
The Education Exchange: Effects Of Public And Private School On Adult Life
by Paul E. Peterson via The Education Exchange
Are graduates of private schools as active in the public sphere as graduates of public schools? David Sikkink, an associate professor of sociology at Notre Dame, finds that when it comes to volunteering and charitable giving, graduates of private religious schools are more likely to be engaged.
Michael Petrilli: The Challenges Faced By America's High-Achieving, Low-Income Students
interview with Michael J. Petrilli via Education Gadfly
Hoover Institution fellow Michael Petrilli and Tim Daly, a founding partner of EdNavigator, discuss how we can better serve high-achieving, low-income students.
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