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can you diagram this sentence spoken by donald trump?
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utah teacher: why the sig grant failed in my school
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trump picks lawyer who defends republicans on voter suppression cases to lead civil rights division https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/trump-picks-lawyer-who-defends-republicans-on-voter-suppression-cases-to-lead-civil-rights-division/
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january 23, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/trump-picks-lawyer-who-defends-republicans-on-voter-suppression-cases-to-lead-civil-rights-division/
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selected john gore, a lawyer who has defended many republican states http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/01/trumps-top-civil-rights-pick-has-bad-record-on-civil-rights.html
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democrats ask for another chance to question devos, republicans say no https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/democrats-ask-for-another-chance-to-question-devos-republicans-say-no/
by dianeravitch https://dianeravitch.net/author/dianerav/
january 23, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/democrats-ask-for-another-chance-to-question-devos-republicans-say-no/
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but republicans quickly rejected their request.  http://mobile.edweek.org/c.jsp?cid=25920011&item=http%3a%2f%2fapi.edweek.org%2fv1%2fblog%2f49%2f%3fuuid%3d64716
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rubio will vote for exxonmobil ceo for secretary of state https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/rubio-will-vote-for-exxonmobil-ceo-for-secretary-of-state/
by dianeravitch https://dianeravitch.net/author/dianerav/
january 23, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/rubio-will-vote-for-exxonmobil-ceo-for-secretary-of-state/
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negotiated a $500 billion deal https://thinkprogress.org/trump-putin-and-exxonmobil-team-up-to-destroy-the-planet-fb88650acfa1#.gcaodv288
sanctions imposed after russia’s invasion of ukraine and annexation of https://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/12/12/world/europe/rex-tillersons-company-exxon-has-billions-at-stake-over-russia-sanctions.html
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can you diagram this sentence spoken by donald trump? https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/can-you-diagram-this-sentence-spoken-by-donald-trump/
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january 23, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/can-you-diagram-this-sentence-spoken-by-donald-trump/
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posed this question http://www.slate.com/blogs/lexicon_valley/2015/07/31/donald_trump_this_run_on_sentence_from_a_speech_in_sun_city_south_carolina.html
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marc tucker: why the “market theory” of education doesn’t work https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/marc-tucker-why-the-market-theory-of-education-doesnt-work/
by dianeravitch https://dianeravitch.net/author/dianerav/
january 23, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/marc-tucker-why-the-market-theory-of-education-doesnt-work/
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this article explains why “market reforms” don’t work.  https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/answer-sheet/wp/2012/10/12/why-the-market-theory-of-education-reform-doesnt-work/?utm_term=.abe18be7c002
this is a listing http://ncee.org/what-we-do/center-on-international-education-benchmarking/top-performing-countries/
here is one description https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jun/10/sweden-schools-crisis-political-failure-education
this article from the british new statesman http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/education/2016/06/why-sweden-s-free-schools-are-failing
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utah teacher: why the sig grant failed in my school https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/utah-teacher-why-the-sig-grant-failed-in-my-school/
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january 23, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/utah-teacher-why-the-sig-grant-failed-in-my-school/
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evaluation concluded that the $3.5 billion spent on school improvement grants https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/19/study-finds-that-3-5-billion-spent-by-duncan-on-school-improvement-grants-had-no-effect/
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peter greene: what can we learn from the failure of the $3.5 billion sig program? https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/peter-greene-what-can-we-learn-from-the-failure-of-the-3-5-billion-sig-program/
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explains here what the failure of sig shows http://curmudgucation.blogspot.com/2017/01/how-not-to-improve-schools.html
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an open letter to senator lamar alexander regarding betsy devos https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/an-open-letter-to-senator-lamar-alexander-regarding-betsy-devos/
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january 23, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/an-open-letter-to-senator-lamar-alexander-regarding-betsy-devos/
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in a slightly abridged form http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/an-open-letter-to-senator-lamar-alexander_us_5884ebc9e4b070d8cad330ac
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the onion: pence expresses disappointment in men who let their wives march https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/22/the-onion-pence-expresses-disappointment-in-men-who-let-their-wives-march/
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expressed his dismay at the men who let their wives http://www.theonion.com/article/mike-pence-disappointed-200000-husbands-and-father-55116
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jack covey: top researchers say….(humor) https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/22/jack-covey-top-researchers-say-humor/
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january 22, 2017 https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/22/jack-covey-top-researchers-say-humor/
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democrats ask for another chance to question devos, republicans say no https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/democrats-ask-for-another-chance-to-question-devos-republicans-say-no/
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can you diagram this sentence spoken by donald trump? https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/can-you-diagram-this-sentence-spoken-by-donald-trump/
marc tucker: why the “market theory” of education doesn’t work https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/marc-tucker-why-the-market-theory-of-education-doesnt-work/
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an open letter to senator lamar alexander regarding betsy devos https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/an-open-letter-to-senator-lamar-alexander-regarding-betsy-devos/
can you diagram this sentence spoken by donald trump? https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/can-you-diagram-this-sentence-spoken-by-donald-trump/
democrats ask for another chance to question devos, republicans say no https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/democrats-ask-for-another-chance-to-question-devos-republicans-say-no/
the onion: pence expresses disappointment in men who let their wives march https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/22/the-onion-pence-expresses-disappointment-in-men-who-let-their-wives-march/
marc tucker: why the "market theory" of education doesn't work https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/marc-tucker-why-the-market-theory-of-education-doesnt-work/
trump picks lawyer who defends republicans on voter suppression cases to lead civil rights division https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/trump-picks-lawyer-who-defends-republicans-on-voter-suppression-cases-to-lead-civil-rights-division/
utah teacher: why the sig grant failed in my school https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/utah-teacher-why-the-sig-grant-failed-in-my-school/
peter greene: what can we learn from the failure of the $3.5 billion sig program? https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/peter-greene-what-can-we-learn-from-the-failure-of-the-3-5-billion-sig-program/
rubio will vote for exxonmobil ceo for secretary of state https://dianeravitch.net/2017/01/23/rubio-will-vote-for-exxonmobil-ceo-for-secretary-of-state/
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home about follow diane’s posts blog topics alec catholic schools boston consulting group broad foundation california charter schools chiefs for change education industry education reform georgia harlem success academy idaho indiana k12 inc. louisiana michigan naep national council on teacher quality (nctq) new orleans new york nyc on-line education parent groups pearson pennsylvania philadelphia special education st. louis teachers tennessee vouchers diane ravitch's blog a site to discuss better education for all trump picks lawyer who defends republicans on voter suppression cases to lead civil rights division by dianeravitch january 23, 2017 // 20 trump selected john gore, a lawyer who has defended many republican states that passed restrictions on voting rights as the new deputy assistant attorney general in charge of the civil rights division of the justice department. gore does boast some expertise in civil-rights litigation — specifically, he has considerable experience defending the republican party against allegations that its voting laws violate civil rights. as buzzfeed notes, gore defended controversial redistricting plans pushed by republicans in florida, new york, and south carolina in 2012. he also defended florida governor rick scott’s attempt to purge his state’s voting rolls of non-citizens, shortly before the 2012 election. a federal court later ruled that scott’s measure had violated the national voter registration act, as it purged many legal voters from the rolls, most of whom happened to belong to left-leaning constituencies. don’t expect vigorous enforcement of civil rights laws in the next four years. don’t expect any enforcement of civil rights laws, and you won’t be disappointed. categories civil rights, trump democrats ask for another chance to question devos, republicans say no by dianeravitch january 23, 2017 // 25 democrats on the senate health, education, labor, and pensions committee requested another opportunity to question betsy devos about her financial conflicts of interest, but republicans quickly rejected their request.  she may may enhance her family fortune by holding on to stocks in her portfolio that her actions will affect. please don’t believe that billionaires don’t care about making more money. some do, some don’t. devos’s refusal to eliminate all her education investments shows which kind of billionaire she is. devos was so ill-informed at her only hearing that her remarks turned her into a national laughing stock. republicans are protecting her by not giving democrats another chance to allow her to embarrass herself. categories betsy devos, democrats, education industry, for-profit rubio will vote for exxonmobil ceo for secretary of state by dianeravitch january 23, 2017 // 27 senator marco rubio questioned rex tillerson closely about his ties to russia. tillerson hemmed and hawed. some thought rubio might vote against tillerson. he announced today that he would vote for tillerson. putin really likes tillerson. he conferred an award on him as a friend of russia. why? tillerson negotiated a $500 billion deal to drill for oil in russia. exxonmobil has more land under contract in russia than in the u.s. only one problem: the u.s. sanctions imposed after russia’s invasion of ukraine and annexation of crimea put exxonmobil’s deal with russia on hold. how long do you think the trump administration will keep those sanctions in place? rex tillerson has worked in only one corporation for 42 years. exxonmobil. whose interests will he represent as secretary of state? the u.s. or exxonmobil? categories trump can you diagram this sentence spoken by donald trump? by dianeravitch january 23, 2017 // 44 slate posed this question about a sentence spoken by trump in 2015. thanks to reader susan schwartz  for sending this to me. slate asked, “can you diagram this sentence?” more to the point, can you extract a coherent thought from it? “look, having nuclear—my uncle was a great professor and scientist and engineer, dr. john trump at mit; good genes, very good genes, ok, very smart, the wharton school of finance, very good, very smart—you know, if you’re a conservative republican, if i were a liberal, if, like, ok, if i ran as a liberal democrat, they would say i’m one of the smartest people anywhere in the world—it’s true!—but when you’re a conservative republican they try—oh, do they do a number—that’s why i always start off: went to wharton, was a good student, went there, went there, did this, built a fortune—you know i have to give my like credentials all the time, because we’re a little disadvantaged—but you look at the nuclear deal, the thing that really bothers me—it would have been so easy, and it’s not as important as these lives are (nuclear is powerful; my uncle explained that to me many, many years ago, the power and that was 35 years ago; he would explain the power of what’s going to happen and he was right—who would have thought?), but when you look at what’s going on with the four prisoners—now it used to be three, now it’s four—but when it was three and even now, i would have said it’s all in the messenger; fellas, and it is fellas because, you know, they don’t, they haven’t figured that the women are smarter right now than the men, so, you know, it’s gonna take them about another 150 years—but the persians are great negotiators, the iranians are great negotiators, so, and they, they just killed, they just killed us.” categories education reform marc tucker: why the “market theory” of education doesn’t work by dianeravitch january 23, 2017 // 22 marc tucker has more faith in standardized tests than i do, and more faith in the value of  international comparisons based on standardized tests. but despite our disagreements, he has been a thoughtful commentator on the failure of market reforms. this article explains why “market reforms” don’t work.  this is a listing of the top ten nations known for outstanding scores. while we are on the subject of “free markets” and schooling, it is important to be aware of the dismal results in sweden after it introduced policies like those advocated by the trump administration. here is one description. swedish education was once the pride of the nation. sweden, once regarded as a byword for high-quality education – free preschool, formal school at seven, no fee-paying private schools, no selection – has seen its scores in programme for international student assessment (pisa) assessments plummet in recent years. fridolin [the swedish education minister] acknowledges the sense of shame and embarrassment felt in sweden. “the problem is that this embarrassment is carried by the teachers. but this embarrassment should be carried by us politicians. we were the ones who created the system. it’s a political failure,” he says…. fridolin, who has a degree in teaching, says not only have scores in international tests gone down, inequality in the swedish system has gone up. “this used to be the great success story of the swedish system,” he said. “we could offer every child, regardless of their background, a really good education. the parents’ educational background is showing more and more in their grades. “instead of breaking up social differences and class differences in the education system, we have a system today that’s creating a wider gap between the ones that have and the ones that have not….” sweden’s decline follows a raft of changes in the late 1980s and early 1990s that transformed the educational landscape. a system that had been largely centralised was devolved to municipalities, teacher training was changed, exams and grades changed, and a voucher system was introduced giving parents the power to choose which school to send their child to. each child was funded by the state, and if the child chose to go do a different school, the money would follow. then there is this article from the british new statesman (which is concerned because its conservative government wants to follow the swedish path to failure): we have seen the future in sweden and it works,” michael gove told the daily mail in 2008. a few months earlier, gove and other leading conservatives had visited schools in sweden for the first time, a journey that they would repeat in the following years. “they’ve done something amazing,” he said in a video made for that year’s tory party conference. “they challenged the conventional wisdom [and] decided that it was parents, not bureaucrats, who should be in charge.” sweden’s 800 friskolor make up about a sixth of the country’s state-funded schools. introduced in 1992, they gave parents the ability to use state spending on education to set up new schools and decide where to send their children. in that decade, friskolor were made easier to set up, with companies given the right to make a profit from running them; other schools were decentralised and a voucher system, allowing parents to choose their children’s school and then awarding funds based on parental demand, was introduced. tony blair praised the swedish model in a 2005 government white paper. for tories, sweden’s schools held out a simple message: that competition could transform state education in england. that message was appealing because it came from “a social-democratic country, far to the left of britain”, as gove put it. this was true but only up to a point. the reforms that he enacted after 2010 – notably the introduction of free schools, the speeding up of academisation and changes to the curriculum – owed as much to us “charter schools” as to educational reforms in sweden. even as gove cited sweden’s successes in education, its international standing was in decline. since 2000, standards there have fallen more than in any other country ranked by the organisation for economic co-operation and development (oecd) using tests known as the programme for international student assessment, or pisa. results released in 2013 rated sweden below denmark, finland and norway by all three measures – reading, maths and science – and worse than the uk. in 2014, 14 per cent of students performed too poorly to qualify for secondary school at 16, a deterioration of 10 per cent on the 2006 level. last year, the oecd published a report in which it warned: “sweden’s school system is in need of urgent change.” underinvestment is not the problem. the swedes spend more on education as a percentage of gdp (6.8 per cent) than the oecd average (5.6 per cent). the report describes an education system in chaos, hopelessly fragmented, failing those who need it most. it criticises its “unclear education priorities”, “lack in coherence” and “unreliable data”. exactly the path that trump, devos. alec, the friedman foundation, the center for education reform, the ubiquitous libertarian think tanks, and the “corporate reformers” want to follow. but they can’t or shouldn’t plead ignorance. we know–they should know–that privatization and free markets in schooling produce inequity and lower performance. categories betsy devos, charter schools, failure, international, school choice, vouchers utah teacher: why the sig grant failed in my school by dianeravitch january 23, 2017 // 27 a federally-funded evaluation concluded that the $3.5 billion spent on school improvement grants made no difference. sig grants were highly punitive, requiring the firing of the principal for starters as an “improvement” strategy and eventually culminating in giving the school to a charter operator or coding it down. it failed to help anyone. this teacher from utah wrote: “i could have saved our country all of that money wasted, before it was even spent! but no one asked the teachers at my school. “we are in our last year of the 3-year sig money as a turnaround school. from the moment i knew what was going to happen under the grant, i told my colleagues that the whole thing is not going to make a difference, because it wasn’t created under any valid research or by teachers. but on the slim chance it made a difference, it would be because of the sole efforts of expert teachers at my school. we know how to take nothing and turn it into something brilliant. “for years before we started our grant process, we had been asking, even begging, for help with our students. we have had an increasing population year to year, of immigrant and refugee students enrolled at our school. the affects of the violence they’ve been exposed to since they were born and the obstacles of poverty, has been our nemesis. we have over-crowded classrooms, pennies for a supply budget, and no resources to provide to our students who are in desperate need of interventions. the culture of our school is violent, very low english proficiency rates, and high behavior problems due to ptsd and gang influenced families. but teachers at my school persevered as our pleas fell on deaf ears and blind eyes. as the building representative for my district association (union), i focused on advocating for our students and teachers. people can’t believe you when you share a snippet of how a normal day goes. the absenteeism rate surpasses what is considered as “chronic”, along with a 50% mobility rate. over 40 different languages are spoken among our students, while the culture of poverty has control over everything about a student. but yes, the rewards could be great! and teachers were dedicated, stable, cohesive, and always collaborating. “year one of the grant timeline, we had a new principal, and about half of the faculty was new; mostly first year teachers. we all know the idea of new teachers coming into classrooms with minimal education and practical experience, would fail. absolutely! some of those newbies taught one year, then left the profession completely. the second year, even more of the veterans at my school decided to transfer, and another half of the teachers left as well. now, in our last year, there are only 4 teachers left, who we consider the veterans of our school. the running joke for us is if you can teach here, you can teach anywhere! assessment data that shows levels of mastery and benchmarks, shows that about 75% of our students rank in lower levels across the spectrum; we refer to this as our “many shades of red”, because low performing students are color-coded in red, on data spreadsheets. but the most difficult pill to swallow in this situation, is that the majority of money is spent on the consultant groups. really? some expert with a ph.d. can’t give us ideas or strategies to use with our very unique, and sometimes very volatile students and their disruptive behavior. we have an electronic program to use for documenting behavior, and it shows how much instruction time is lost due to disruptions. it’s shocking to see that the amount of time, in hours and days, is in the double digits. this is outrageous and unacceptable, but still…deaf ears and blind eyes. despite our efforts inviting administration staff and consultants to come observe our students and see what we deal with, no individual has actually taken up our offer. i think that after they hear about it, they don’t want to see it in real time. so as the school year is getting closer, we all know what could happen to our school if there wasn’t a high level of proficiency demonstrated among students – state takeover and turned into a charter, or simply closed down all together. naturally, teachers are worried about what will happen, and at the point, even administration doesn’t really know what is going to happen. i also predicted that in this situation, nothing will happen. we’ll continue doing what we are doing, wondering every year if it’s the last year for our school, before being taken over. no way…no one can honestly say what will happen, but i can surely say that nothing will happen, and our school will stay open as a public k-6 school, for years to come. the building would end up being condemned before becoming a charter school. whatever…. “one last thing…teaching social studies is not always acceptable in this situation, because only writing, math, and science are tested subjects. i had to convince my principal to allow me to teach social studies. i see what our newer generation lacks in understanding and skill levels. haven’t we seen those late shows moments when the host asks random civic questions to people on the street, and they do not know a damn thing! that is scary for me!” categories duncan, arne, education industry, failure peter greene: what can we learn from the failure of the $3.5 billion sig program? by dianeravitch january 23, 2017 // 14 i posted the other day that arne duncan’s punitive, data-driven, high-stakes “school improvement grants” program did not have any impact on test scores, which was its goal. $3.5 billion blown away, used to fire principals, fire teachers, turn schools over to charters, and close schools. i read on twitter that the failure of sig proves that money doesn’t matter. that’s nonsense. money spent on the wrong things doesn’t matter. if children are misbehaving because they are sick and hungry, they need medical care and food, not belies of consultants and  programs unrelated to their actual needs. peter greene explains here what the failure of sig shows, aside from a skewed understanding of how to improve schools. “sig was like food stamps that could only be spent on baby formula, ostrich eggs, and venison, and it didn’t matter if the families receiving the stamps lived on a farm with fresh milk and chicken eggs, or if they were vegetarians, or if they lived where no store sells ostrich eggs, or if there are no babies in the family. used used sig to dictate strategy and buy compliance with their micro-managing notions about how schools had to be fixed. “the moral of the story is not that money doesn’t make a difference. the moral of the story is that when bureaucrats in dc dictate exactly how money must be spent– and they are wrong about their theory of action and wrong about the strategies that should be used by each school and wrong about how to measure the effectiveness of those strategies– then the money is probably wasted. we’ll see soon enough if anyone left at the department of education can identify that lesson.” categories duncan, arne, education reform, failure an open letter to senator lamar alexander regarding betsy devos by dianeravitch january 23, 2017 // 56 from 1991 to 1993, i worked for secretary of education lamar alexander in the administration of president george h.w. bush. i was assistant secretary in charge of the office of education research and improvement and also counselor to the secretary of education. lamar alexander is now senator from tennessee and chairman of the senate health, education, labor, and pensions committee (help), which is evaluating the qualifications of betsy devos to be u.s. secretary of education.* an open letter to senator lamar alexander dear lamar, i hope you don’t mind my taking the liberty of writing you a public letter. i was just reading your book of sayings, the “little plaid book.” for those who don’t know, this is your book of “311 rules, lessons, and reminders about running for office and making a difference whether it’s for president of the united states or president of your senior class.” the main lesson of the book for me is that you should be honest with people. you shouldn’t bore them. you shouldn’t lecture them or try to impress them. you should get to know them, listen to them, respect their concerns, and try to understand their problems. rule 151 is very important at this time in our national life. it says, “when stumped for an answer, ask yourself, ‘what’s the right thing to do?’ then do it.” rule 168 says, “read whatever diane ravitch writes about education.” it doesn’t say that anyone should agree with what i write, it just says you should read it. so i am writing you this letter in hopes that you will read it and that i can persuade you to do the right thing. when i worked for you in the early 1990s in the department of education, i absorbed important lessons about character and ethics in public life. you were a model of dignity, integrity, and respect for others. you never raised your voice. you smiled and laughed often. you were always well informed. you picked the best person for whatever job was open. now you are in the position of selecting a new secretary of education. i watched the hearings, and it was evident to all but the most extreme partisans that ms. devos is uninformed, unqualified, unprepared, and unfit for the responsibility of running this important agency. when asked direct questions about important federal issues, she was noncommittal or evasive or displayed her ignorance. she thinks compliance with the individuals with disabilities act–which protects children with disabilities– should be left up to the states; she does not know it is a federal law and is not optional. when asked about higher education, she was stumped. she was unfamiliar with the basic terminology of education issues. her lack of experience leaves her ill-equipped to address the needs of the vast majority of america’s schools. i understand that she doesn’t like public schools and much prefers religious schools and privately managed charter schools, including those that operate for-profit.  frankly, it is unprecedented for a secretary of education to disapprove of public schools. at least eighty-five percent of american school children attend public schools. she has no ideas about how to improve public schools. her only idea is that students should leave them and enroll in nonpublic schools. she would be the first secretary of education in our history to be hostile to public education. i have written extensively about the history of public education and how important it is to our democracy. it seems strange to return to the early 19th century, when children attended religious schools, charity schools, charter schools, were home-schooled, or had no education at all. this is not “reform.” this is backsliding. this is wiping out nearly two centuries of hard-won progress towards public schools that enroll boys and girls, children of all races and cultures, children with disabilities, and children who are learning english. we have been struggling to attain equality of educational opportunity; we are still far from it. school choice promotes segregation and would take us further away from our national goal. since michigan embraced the devos family’s ideas about choice, michigan has steadily declined on the national assessment of educational progress. in 2003, michigan ranked 28th among the states in fourth-grade reading; the latest results, in 2015, showed that michigan had dropped to 41st. in 2003, michigan ranked 27th in fourth- grade math; by 2015, it had declined to 42nd among the states. michigan has hundreds of charter schools. about 80% of them are run by for-profit operators. the detroit free press conducted a one-year review of the charter sector and concluded it was a $1 billion a year industry that operated without accountability or transparency and that did not produce better results than public schools. last year, when the legislature tried to develop accountability standards for the charter industry, ms. devos successfully lobbied to block the legislation. detroit is awash in charters and few of them perform as well as the public schools. detroit is the lowest rated urban district in the nation on the naep. the proliferation of choice and charters has not improved education in that city. as i am sure you are aware, tenneesee’s “achievement school district” has been an abject failure. the state’s lowest performing schools were taken over and given to charter operators. the leaders of the asd claimed that these low performing schools would go from the bottom 5% in the state to the top 20% in five years. that was five years ago. not one of the promises was kept. the schools are still among the lowest performing in tennessee. there are actually research-based approaches that would have helped the children and the schools, like reducing class size and providing medical services. charters are not a research-based reform. as for vouchers, there have been many state referenda over the past 20 years, and the voters have rejected them every time, by large margins. when ms. devos and her husband richard led a movement to change the michigan state constitution to permit vouchers for religious schools in the year 2000, the referendum was defeated by 69-31%. even in deep red utah, the public rejected vouchers overwhelmingly in 2007. florida was the last state to reject vouchers, in a 2012 vote deceptively named the religious freedom act; voters rejected it by 58-42%. time and again, the american public has said that they don’t want public money to be spent to pay tuition for religious schools. that is the responsibility of the family, not the state. there is ample evidence about vouchers, which have been imposed by legislatures, not by popular vote. milwaukee, cleveland, and the district of columbia offer vouchers, and these districts are among the lowest performing in the nation on national tests. milwaukee and cleveland have had vouchers for more than 20 years, and neither district has seen any improvement in its public schools, nor do the voucher schools outperform the public schools. when the taxpayers’ precious dollars are divided among two or three sectors, none of them flourishes. i feel sure that you do not want your legacy to be that you aided in destroying the historic institution of universal public education in the united states. every dollar that goes to a charter school or to vouchers is taken away from the budget of the community’s public schools. in a regime of free-market choice, public schools, which educate the great majority of students, will have larger classes and fewer programs, services, and electives, all in the name of a failed concept called “choice.” i need not remind  you that the origin of school choice was the sustained effort by racist governors and legislatures to preserve racial segregation in the south; the term was tainted by its origins for many years, but the effect remains the same: school choice will exacerbate racial, religious, and socioeconomic segregation without improving education.  the every student succeeds act, which you worked so hard to produce in a bipartisan spirit, goes a long way towards devolving control of education to states. i, of course, would have liked to see the elimination of the federal mandate for annual testing, which has proven to be ineffective for 15 years. but the best way to enable essa to work is to appoint a secretary of education who comes to the job with knowledge, experience, a strong devotion to civil rights and equality of educational opportunity, and a commitment to let districts and states nurture better ideas than those mandated by washington. with kind regards and great respect, diane ravitch *i posted this column yesterday at the huffington post in a slightly abridged form (i edit and revise constantly). much to my surprise, the comments were remarkably positive. people are truly aware that ms. devos is ill-suited for this job. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/an-open-letter-to-senator-lamar-alexander_us_5884ebc9e4b070d8cad330ac categories education reform the onion: pence expresses disappointment in men who let their wives march by dianeravitch january 22, 2017 // 46 this is from the onion. thanks to mamie krupczak allegretti for posting it. mike pence expressed his dismay at the men who let their wives and daughters march on saturday. humor and art will get us through these next four years. that, and outrage and activism. categories humor jack covey: top researchers say….(humor) by dianeravitch january 22, 2017 // 8 jack covey is a pseudonym for a teacher in california who comments here often and does prodigious research. recently he has been digging into a biofeedback company called neurocore in which betsy devos has invested millions of dollars. it is based in grand rapids, so maybe the owner is a friend or relative. devos has said that she will not divest her investment in this company even though there is a clear conflict of interest with the duties of the secretary of education. jack covey is convinced that the brain-enhancement methods of this company are unscientific. he calls it “quack.” he posted this comment. i recommend the youtube link to a comedy show i never heard of. i love the bit where “top researchers warn that dreams can kill you…” i don’t know how jack comes up with these things. you gotta watch the video. jack covey writes: “i just thought of another comparison to neuro-core’s farcical pseudo-science. “back in the 1980’s, sctv did a tv parody of a national enquirer-based tv show (actually called the “the national midnight star” tv show), and the late john candy would portray a medical expert or “top researcher.” “here he is explaining… dr. tim-neurocore-style … how “dreams can kill you”: (at 00:16 – ) (at 00:16 – ) anchorman: “your dreams can kill you, say top researchers.”, top researcher: (graphic reads “top researcher”) “it’s true. say you were dreaming that you were at a party, and that you’re just wearing … your underwear … or you were running, and you were being chased, but it was real slow because your feet were like lead … and you’ll … “you’ll probably die.” categories betsy devos, humor « older entries search all posts search for: previous posts january 2017 (255) december 2016 (240) november 2016 (274) october 2016 (219) september 2016 (218) august 2016 (211) july 2016 (217) june 2016 (220) may 2016 (233) april 2016 (229) march 2016 (242) february 2016 (244) january 2016 (247) december 2015 (230) november 2015 (233) october 2015 (292) september 2015 (262) august 2015 (268) july 2015 (252) june 2015 (254) may 2015 (277) april 2015 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