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edujob: program director, character and k12 education program @ kern family foundation
trump, devos, whiteboard insiders on devos, choice and accountability. plus: steve fleishman with the eduwonkiest non-eduwonk post ever, wisconsin news and ravitch could have stopped trump and chose not to! student speech, when does mcwhorter sleep? also data on timss, fordham authorizing, edtpa and more…
betsy devos – ed sec designee
edujob: ceo teach plus
it’s devos! lecture your relatives, donate to your school, pearson! spec ed, nc chief race, trump’s mo? happy thanksgiving!
eduwonk: the divisiveness issue! is it identity politics, campus culture, or….the sat? pensions and beer, dc charter performance, coal country school finance, grit, hansel on reading, hess on edsec, oscar the grouch gets 2 and 20, pavel datsyuk gets his degree! and more…
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edujob: program director, character and k12 education program @ kern family foundation http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/12/edujob-program-director-character-and-k12-education-program-kern-family-foundation.html
a dynamic role at a foundation committed to thinking about character education http://bellwethereducation.org/opportunity/program-director-character-and-k12-education-program-0
you can learn more and apply via this link. http://bellwethereducation.org/opportunity/program-director-character-and-k12-education-program-0
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trump, devos, whiteboard insiders on devos, choice and accountability. plus: steve fleishman with the eduwonkiest non-eduwonk post ever, wisconsin news and ravitch could have stopped trump and chose not to! student speech, when does mcwhorter sleep? also data on timss, fordham authorizing, edtpa and more… http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/trump-devos-whiteboard-insiders-on-devos-choice-and-accountability-plus-steve-fleishman-with-the-eduwonkiest-non-eduwonk-post-ever-wisconsin-news-and-ravitch-could-have-stopped-trump-and-chose-n.html
more here http://bellwethereducation.org/better-blogging-training
some thoughts in u.s. news & world report on lecturing trump voters http://www.usnews.com/topics/author/rotherham_andrew_j
- http://www.eduwonk.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/devos-twitter-cards.001.jpeg
the context of the ed debate http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/betsy-devos-ed-sec-designee.html
here’s an interview with devos about choice from last year https://www.the74million.org/article/qa-betsy-devos-on-education-opportunity-and-the-shifting-politics-surrounding-school-choice
paul reville in tes on devos and the moment. https://www.tes.com/us/news/breaking-news/betsy-devos-a-fierce-advocate-choice-who-will-face-a-fight-congress-and
a lot about stuff like this http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2016/11/03/a-virtual-mess-colorados-largest-cyber-charter.html
shavar jefferies and peter cunningham on that today http://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2016/11/30/choice_without_accountability_puts_children_at_risk_1327.html
here’s mike petrilli respondin https://twitter.com/michaelpetrilli/status/803965158154498049
touches all the right points for me http://educationnorthwest.org/northwest-matters/fly-fishing-and-evidence-use-education
s energizing school choice supporters there http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/education/2016/11/23/wisconsin-school-choice-supporters-cheer-devos-pick/94361104/
on the fortunes of organized labor there since act 10. http://projects.jsonline.com/news/2016/11/27/for-unions-in-wisconsin-fast-and-hard-fall-since-act-10.html
unpacks nea political spending http://dropoutnation.net/2016/11/30/neas-138-million-influence-spree/
apparently she could have delivered some rust belt states if she had wanted to. http://web.archive.org/web/20120912045629/http://dianeravitch.net/2012/09/09/i-can-determine-the-winner-of-the-presidency/
ravitch honoring fidel castro with this post? https://dianeravitch.net/2016/11/26/yes-betsy-devos-can-privatize-large-numbers-of-public-schools-with-the-help-of-red-states/
kevin carey responds. https://www.newamerica.org/education-policy/edcentral/diane-ravitch-not-telling-truth/
cnn here http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/25/opinions/new-pc-should-include-white-people-mcwhorter/index.html
democracy here http://democracyjournal.org/magazine/43/race-in-trumps-america/
the essa regs are out http://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/essa/essaaccountstplans1129.pdf
on anti-standardized testing ideas. http://apluscolorado.org/blog/standardized-test-racism/
charter sponsorship report. https://edexcellence.net/publications/2016-fordham-sponsorship-annual-report
new timss data https://nces.ed.gov/timss/timss2015/
here’s some edtpa data.  https://secure.aacte.org/apps/rl/res_get.php?fid=3013&ref=edtpa
this is a pretty good speech. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7cacphh-rk
here’s a rural student talking about college https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kotti_zfics
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betsy devos – ed sec designee http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/betsy-devos-ed-sec-designee.html
anti-common core with religious fervor she’s suspect http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/11/27/michigan-common-core-supporters-praise-trumps-education-chief-pick-betsy-devos/
being mopped up http://betsydevos.com/qa/
the stark good versus evil takes http://www.freep.com/story/news/education/2016/11/23/betsy-devos-trump-secretary/94357370/
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november 23, 2016 https://twitter.com/arotherham/status/801497413672374272
jerry falwell jr http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11/falwell-says-trump-offered-him-education-secretary-job-231851
does michelle rhee look so bad now? https://www.the74million.org/article/analysis-did-senate-nuclear-option-help-devos-rise-over-rhee-for-education-secretary-nod
devos twitter account https://twitter.com/reformybetsy
comport with several decades of research and evidence https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in-theory/wp/2016/09/06/we-need-more-charter-schools-but-the-debate-cant-end-there/
offers a critique of detroit arguing devos would support weakly regulated choice http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/25/opinion/betsy-devos-and-the-wrong-way-to-fix-schools.html
campbell brown on devos https://www.the74million.org/article/campbell-brown-on-betsy-devos
sees risk for school choice because of trump https://jaypgreene.com/2016/11/24/school-choices-time-for-choosing/
has twenty questions https://www.the74million.org/article/petrilli-20-big-questions-for-education-secretary-nominee-betsy-devos
says you can’t detach any trump pick from larger concerns about trump http://dropoutnation.net/2016/11/25/more-thoughts-on-betsy-devos/
she won’t get as far as people think on choice. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/23/upshot/why-donald-trumps-education-pick-would-face-barriers-for-vouchers.html
she may or may not have an investment position http://www.politico.com/tipsheets/morning-education/2016/11/final-k-12-accountability-rule-expected-today-217583
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edujob: ceo teach plus http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/edujob-ceo-teach-plus.html
looking for a new ceo http://bellwethereducation.org/opportunity/chief-executive-officer-8
you can learn more and find out how to be considered via this link. http://bellwethereducation.org/opportunity/chief-executive-officer-8
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it’s devos! lecture your relatives, donate to your school, pearson! spec ed, nc chief race, trump’s mo? happy thanksgiving! http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/its-devos-lecture-your-relatives-donate-to-your-school-pearson-spec-ed-nc-chief-race-trumps-mo-happy-thanksgiving.html
people vote for lots of reasons, a lot of people are frustrated and hurting, so maybe go easy? http://www.usnews.com/opinion/thomas-jefferson-street/articles/2016-11-23/how-to-lecture-donald-trump-voters-on-thanksgiving
reflects on personalized learning. http://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2016/11/23/for_truly_personalized_learning_i_had_to_try_try_again_1326.html
coming to dc https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/bowser-names-pick-for-next-dc-schools-chancellor-oakland-schools-chief-antwan-wilson/2016/11/22/3b3a04fe-b058-11e6-8616-52b15787add0_story.html
if she becomes secretary of education http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11/betsy-devos-education-secretary-trump-231804
a bit over devos anyway http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/11/23/potential-trump-education-chief-pick-betsy-devos-pro-common-core-family-donated-clinton-foundation/
already tamping down http://betsydevos.com/qa/
john king tries to prod action on that issue with a letter this week http://www2.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/school-discipline/files/corporal-punishment-dcl-11-22-2016.pdf
delaware governor jack markell and education http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/22/opinion/a-jolt-of-blue-collar-hope.html
the nyt ethicist looks at that question http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/22/magazine/should-parents-be-expected-to-donate-to-a-public-school.html
overall is a pretty straightforward look at pearson http://www.wsj.com/articles/pearsons-bet-on-common-core-fails-to-pay-off-1479830401
tries to make sense of donald trump’s education plans. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/21/us/where-trump-stands-on-school-choice-student-debt-and-common-core.html
beyond some broad directional signals (pdf). http://www.whiteboardadvisors.com/sites/default/files/education%20insider%20nov%202016_0.pdf
an interesting amicus brief (pdf) https://static1.squarespace.com/static/52feb326e4b069fc72abb0c8/t/583459173e00be88493d43e9/1479825690134/endrew+f+brief+.pdf?utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=38064290&_hsenc=p2anqtz-_lat-_pwmpp7nqvwqlcpxcdnqkfn0-uyzzz8e-n0msnebzjp-priceerz_rheshjd4sifwascpy9asct_axybqets43sgpkfdevv1_avd3a1j1w64&_hsmi=38064290
schools chief election fallout http://www.wral.com/ousted-nc-superintendent-on-successor-how-do-i-help-an-infant-in-public-education-/16236296/
complicated and the idea that parents are just clamoring for it is misleading of the complicated realities. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/22/nyregion/rezoning-plan-for-schools-on-upper-west-side-is-approved-after-bitter-fight.html
here cnn just deploys it like an official title when discussing michelle rhee http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/21/politics/gabbard-trump-transition/index.html
is worried about donald trump https://www.the74million.org/article/opinion-trump-and-schools-the-damage-to-how-students-view-democracy
said that while she wasn’t pursuing a role “wishing for [trump's] failure is wanting for the failure of millions of american children.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/education/wp/2016/11/22/michelle-rhee-takes-herself-out-of-the-running-for-trumps-education-secretary/
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eduwonk: the divisiveness issue! is it identity politics, campus culture, or….the sat? pensions and beer, dc charter performance, coal country school finance, grit, hansel on reading, hess on edsec, oscar the grouch gets 2 and 20, pavel datsyuk gets his degree! and more… http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/eduwonk-the-divisiveness-issue-is-it-identity-politics-campus-culture-or-the-sat-pensions-and-beer-dc-charter-performance-coal-country-school-finance-grit-hansel-on-reading-hess-on-edsec.html
catastrophic pension news that should have everyone on edge about an age of austerity: http://www.grubstreet.com/2016/11/labatt-forced-to-stop-giving-retirees-free-beer-for-life.html
made the “reluctant decision” http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/16/world/americas/canada-labatts-fee-beer.html
do seem a bit divided lately http://www.gallup.com/poll/197828/record-high-americans-perceive-nation-divided.aspx
blames the sat: https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-11-17/blame-the-sat-for-donald-trump
puzzling https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-06-24/brexit-results-are-yet-another-blow-to-experts
this https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-07-07/making-china-into-a-meritocracy-that-works
problem https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-07-21/-meritocracy-is-just-another-elite-divider
blames college campus culture these days https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/higher-education-is-awash-with-hysteria-that-might-have-helped-elect-trump/2016/11/18/a589b14e-ace6-11e6-977a-1030f822fc35_story.html
there is this, which while not new is new again in its prominence in our national politics and is disturbing. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/21/us/alt-right-salutes-donald-trump.html
there is definitely donor influenced affirmative action for the rich that goes on https://www.propublica.org/article/the-story-behind-jared-kushners-curious-acceptance-into-harvard
set off a debate with his essay about identity politics in the times http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/20/opinion/sunday/the-end-of-identity-liberalism.html
and didn’t see stevie van zandt’s twitter feed you’re missing out https://twitter.com/stevievanzandt
took to the daily news about this, too. http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/hamilton-missed-shot-addressing-mike-pence-article-1.2881989
diverted attention from the settlement in the trump u case.  http://www.newyorker.com/news/john-cassidy/the-enduring-scandal-of-trump-university
oscar the grouch is a hedge fund guy in his free time? https://techcrunch.com/2016/11/18/sesame-streets-vc-fund-makes-its-first-investment-in-tutoring-app-yup/
on reading and equity http://edpolicy.education.jhu.edu/wordpress/?p=400&mc_cid=ef92d4cc6a&mc_eid=7bfd77d118
top ten attributes for a new education secretary http://www.nationalreview.com/article/442346/trump-secretary-education-must-roll-back-obamas-overreach
to track bullying incidents in schools following the election https://www.the74million.org/article/school-bullying-after-the-election-students-and-parents-recount-rising-anxiety-and-intimidation
dc charter school performance rankings https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/education/wp/2016/11/18/d-c-releases-report-of-citys-best-and-worst-performing-charter-schools/
is complicating school finance formulas. http://www.roanoke.com/opinion/editorials/editorial-will-richmond-do-anything-about-the-school-funding-crisis/article_b28e1a67-71da-5011-93ab-1bb6533b73c3.html
just finished his bachelor’s degree https://www.instagram.com/p/bm-lpi0hll8/
becomes running partner. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/17/well/move/how-a-donkey-became-my-running-partner.html
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new education insider data – trump ed policy http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/new-education-insider-data-trump-ed-policy.html
from the whiteboard advisors education insider survey panel (pdf) http://www.whiteboardadvisors.com/sites/default/files/education%20insider%20nov%202016_0.pdf
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teaching trump/scaring the children! http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/teaching-trumpscaring-the-children.html
urge a tamping down of the anti-trump talk in schools: http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2016-11-15/teachers-shouldnt-bring-their-anti-trump-bias-into-the-classroom
teachers should tell the truth about trump https://www.newamerica.org/education-policy/edcentral/teachers-should-tell-truth-about-trump/
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trump advice: don’t call me shirley. trump’s education hands, choice & charters, union infighting, friedrichs redux? massachuetts charters, van jones http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/trump-advice-dont-call-me-shirley-trumps-education-hands-choice-charters-union-infighting-friedrichs-redux-massachuetts-charters-van-jones.html
this is good advice: https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-11-14/rates-regulations-and-casinos
 he is a recipe for a lot of this. http://ideas.time.com/2011/12/08/newt-gingrich-education-prophet/
are not happy about the election http://inthesetimes.com/working/entry/19621/labor_leaders_deserve_their_share_of_the_blame_for_donald_trumps_victory
stroke of luck on friedrichs http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/02/scalias-passing-a-big-break-for-teachers-unions.html
on how things could play out http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11/donald-trump-senate-democrats-231256
more evidence the money argument moved votes in massachusetts. http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2016/11/some_of_the_fiercest_question.html
early take on this here http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/massachusetts-charters-trump-and-ed-the-election-and-bullying-plus-election-takes.html
clive crook: https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-11-11/revenge-of-the-deplorables
check out his post election conversations with voters. http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/12/opinions/van-jones-messy-truth/index.html
2 comments http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/trump-advice-dont-call-me-shirley-trumps-education-hands-choice-charters-union-infighting-friedrichs-redux-massachuetts-charters-van-jones.html#comments
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veterans day http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/veterans-day-7.html
take a look at veterans talent in education organizations http://aheadoftheheard.org/veterans-in-education-organizations-may-be-overlooked-isolated/
penned a piece for this blog about veterans and education http://www.eduwonk.com/2011/11/the-gi-bill-is-not-enough.html
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more post-election, rural and education, must-read mcwhorter, blame trump on charters, civic education please, mike rowe on cats and the election (and cte), gaulden on lattimore, taylor on sturgill. more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/more-post-election-rural-and-education-must-read-mcwhorter-blame-trump-on-charters-civic-education-please-mike-rowe-on-cats-and-the-election-and-cte-gaulden-on-lattimore-taylor-on-sturgill-m.html
on five election takeaways for education. http://aheadoftheheard.org/five-takeaways-for-education-reform-from-tuesdays-election/
looks through the education tea leaves as well. http://aheadoftheheard.org/donald-trump-won-what-does-that-mean-for-education-policy/
f these 16 ideas might work in the new politics of washington.  http://bellwethereducation.org/sites/default/files/bellwether_16for2016_final%20%281%29.pdf
has a lot of election round up news https://www.the74million.org/article/74-interview-republic-schools-ravi-gupta-on-the-next-frontier-of-the-education-wars
john mcwhorter essay in the boston globe is valuable -  strong pushes that demand engagement even where you disagree. https://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/2016/11/13/the-recreational-use-racism/tzxwi9fg03yskgyrcbv9sl/story.html
is also a pretty spectacular read you shouldn’t miss. http://bittersoutherner.com/we-are-bitter-2016
has been very good on all this https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-11-11/wishes-dreams-and-dodd-frank
the education reform coalition realizes rural americans matter to our politics http://www.chalkbeat.org/posts/us/2016/11/10/the-day-after-hard-questions-as-education-reform-wakes-up-to-trumps-america/
more still binds us than divides us http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/massachusetts-charters-trump-and-ed-the-election-and-bullying-plus-election-takes.html
have a special responsibility to speak up/act about things like this https://www.the74million.org/article/make-schools-safe-again-why-donald-trump-must-speak-out-now-against-the-surge-in-school-bullying
a look at the structure of the election https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/11/09/hillary-clintons-campaign-was-crippled-by-voters-who-stayed-home/
but this election was held in 2016.  https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/11/trumps-road-to-victory/507203/
rick kahlenberg says that a lack of civic education (and too many charter schools) are a cause of why trump won http://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/11/is-trumps-victory-the-jump-start-civics-education-needed/507293/
the flaw http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/09/19081.html
i think this is simply all wrong, there is probably something to it. http://www.nationalreview.com/article/442083/donald-trump-school-closing-2016
on the election and cte https://www.facebook.com/therealmikerowe/photos/a.151342491542569.29994.116999698310182/1330853343591472/?type=1&theater
mike petrilli looks at what’s next. http://educationnext.org/now-what/
looks at a texting initiative to help students. http://www.mdrc.org/publication/can-informing-parents-help-high-school-students-show-school
reviews sturgill simpson http://www.gratefuled.org/start/2016/11/08/tim-taylor-sturgill-simpson/
on sturgill’s current tour here http://www.gratefuled.org/start/2016/10/14/andy-rotherham-sturgill-simpson/
on kenny lattimore at an intimate private show http://www.gratefuled.org/start/2016/11/04/jason-gaulden-kenny-lattimore/
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massachusetts charters, trump and ed, the election and bullying, plus election takes http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/massachusetts-charters-trump-and-ed-the-election-and-bullying-plus-election-takes.html
don’t comport with what we see in the exits http://www.cnn.com/election/results/exit-polls
sean trende is good to read on the possibly fragile coalition trump put together http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2016/11/10/trumps_first_term_and_perhaps_a_second.html
is worth paying attention to before you buy into reductionist narratives about the election. http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/president
this article from a never trumper is also worth reading. http://www.redstate.com/aglanon/2016/11/09/last-night.../
this tucker carlson piece http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/01/donald-trump-is-shocking-vulgar-and-right-213572
this glenn greenwald from this week https://theintercept.com/2016/11/09/democrats-trump-and-the-ongoing-dangerous-refusal-to-learn-the-lesson-of-brexit/
arthur brooks cites out of work men as a fulcrum http://www.wsj.com/articles/how-donald-trump-filled-the-dignity-deficit-1478734436
to say a few words in an effort to tamp this sort of thing down. https://storify.com/public/templates/slideshow/index.html?src=//storify.com/the74/school-violence-over-elections-and-trump-increasin#1
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edujob: in-schools program coordinator @826la http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/edujob-in-schools-program-coordinator-826la.html
from the jd (pdf): http://826la.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/in-school-coordinator-2017.pdf
learn more and apply here (pdf) http://826la.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/in-school-coordinator-2017.pdf
about 826la here http://826la.org
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more education in the election than you think? http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/more-education-in-the-election-than-you-think.html
i take a look at three ways education mattered in the election and will have some leverage on politics going forward http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2016-11-08/3-ways-education-mattered-in-the-2016-presidential-campaign
can see all three if you click here. http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2016-11-08/3-ways-education-mattered-in-the-2016-presidential-campaign
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what to watch on election night http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/what-to-watch-on-election-night.html
a nice round up of education issues to watch around the country https://www.the74million.org/article/education-at-the-polls-coast-to-coast-22-big-races-and-ballot-questions-to-watch-tuesday-night
all night and into wednesday https://www.the74million.org/article/edlection-2016-live-blog-top-education-races
right about this and hispanic turnout http://www.rgj.com/story/news/politics/2016/11/05/ralston-how-deep-does-blue-wave-go/93349220/
or more generally http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11/latino-vote-surge-donald-trump-campaign-230804
gottheimer – garrett http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/11/nasty_scott_garrett-_josh_gottheimer_race_in_nj_co.html
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edujob @nasbe project director: teaching, leading, and learning policy http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/edujob-nasbe-project-director-teaching-leading-and-learning-policy.html
a project director role at nasbe: http://www.nasbe.org/job-posting/project-director-teaching-leading-and-learning-policy/
can learn more and apply here. http://www.nasbe.org/job-posting/project-director-teaching-leading-and-learning-policy/
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edujob: ceo renew schools in new orleans http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/edujob-ceo-renew-schools-in-new-orleans.html
 here’s an edujob in one of america’s great cities: http://bellwethereducation.org/opportunity/chief-executive-officer-7
you can learn more and apply through this link. http://bellwethereducation.org/opportunity/chief-executive-officer-7
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slow news day – a few links, but massachusetts charters a pitched battle! plus, kosar’s navy http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/slow-news-day-a-few-links-but-massachusetts-charters-a-pitched-battle-plus-kosars-navy.html
politico looks at the student loan debt relief issue http://www.politico.com/tipsheets/morning-education/2016/11/could-the-election-stall-progress-on-student-loan-debt-relief-217259
ooks at the stakes in massachusetts with the charter referendum http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/06/us/charter-schools-massachusetts-ballot.html
explaining their change of views on this issue. http://commonwealthmagazine.org/education/a-reluctant-charter-convert/
on what’s going on with massachusetts charters. http://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2016/11/07/why_massachusetts_charters_stand_out_1324.html
is a new jersey parent on the lifo suit there http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/16/11/06/op-ed-new-jersey-parents-our-voices-must-be-heard/
on the run from the trumps http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/11/donald-trump-2016-wharton-pennsylvania-214425
now has a boat https://twitter.com/kevinrkosar/status/795667136987402242
ali fuller need to step up her game http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/07/friday-fish-porn-kosar-v-fuller-its-on.html
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massachusetts charters on the ballot, virginia transgender case on the docket, child care, reading science, new jersey lifo & school finance, paul quinn goes field to farm, the chiefs on sns, turnarounds, petrilli on campaign finance…headwear, and raccoons, adorable but dangerous! http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/massachusetts-charters-on-the-ballot-virginia-transgender-case-on-the-docket-child-care-reading-science-new-jersey-lifo-school-finance-paul-quinn-goes-field-to-farm-the-chiefs-on-sns-turnarou.html
on child care deserts. http://aheadoftheheard.org/lets-take-a-closer-look-at-child-care-deserts/
but do not miss bellwether’s max and chad on the issue here.  http://aheadoftheheard.org/new-rule-wouldnt-move-the-needle-much-for-poor-students/
process-oriented argument around administrative authority and the transgender guidance from usdoe http://www.richmond.com/opinion/our-opinion/bart-hinkle/article_ba189115-338d-5785-a3f2-29dc4cd92ab2.html
looks at the stakes. https://www.the74million.org/article/virginia-transgender-case-has-big-implications-for-ed-policy-and-beyond-will-scotus-hear-it
a look at question 2, the charter referendum http://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2016/11/03/why-hard-vote-yes-question/njawrlqbe3qsdnav5zrphi/story.html
here’s an interview about some aspects of that http://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2016/11/the-ignored-science-that-could-help-close-the-achievement-gap/506498/
a rich curriculum and good teaching and these reading tests sort of take care of themselves… https://edexcellence.net/articles/a-knowledge-rich-curriculum-is-the-best-prep-for-common-core-reading-tests
also want to put the brakes on chris christie’s school terrible finance ideas http://observer.com/2016/11/parents-file-suit-opposing-christie-administration-intervention-in-abbott-ruling/
on supplement not supplant. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaign-k-12/ccsso%20final%20sns%20comments%20embargoed.pdf
likes it! http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaign-k-12/2016/11/essa_spending_rules_state_chiefs.html
looks at turnarounds and consideration for states in the essa era. http://www.crpe.org/publications/measures-last-resort
looks at the perspectives of black teachers https://edtrust.org/resource/eyes-perspectives-reflections-black-teachers/
what’s happening with charters where they are dense http://www.publiccharters.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/charterschoolenrollmentsharereport2016.pdf
asks students about tech. http://www.newclassrooms.org/news/press-release-november-02-2016/
wants elizabeth warren to return her union money because of her stance on donations. http://www.wsj.com/articles/elizabeth-warren-the-prisoner-of-powerful-interests-1478126566
wants plain language on school finance ballot questions. https://edexcellence.net/articles/the-obfuscation-endemic-in-school-levy-requests
for an event that really brings together genuinely diverse perspectives on a question https://www.cato.org/events/profit-colleges-awful-or-abused
anyone reading your stuff? http://www.straitstimes.com/opinion/prof-no-one-is-reading-you
decided to ditch football and open a farm instead. https://www.pqc.edu/we-over-me-farm/
is a very fine item. http://www.ebay.com/itm/badger-fur-hat-with-full-face-handmade-large-hat/151890525967?_trksid=p2141725.c100338.m3726&_trkparms=aid%3d222007%26algo%3dsic.mbe%26ao%3d1%26asc%3d20150313114020%26meid%3d4f75ac1e5d9f444083075cedd33ccd37%26pid%3d100338%26rk%3d1%26rkt%3d27%26sd%3d201018483172
raccoon was implicated in a shooting. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/park-police-officer-accidentally-shoots-himself-while-fighting-raccoon/2016/11/03/7fa13d18-a1e6-11e6-a44d-cc2898cfab06_story.html
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on charters, nevermind the evidence! dr. ravitch on pain meds, trump’s nea support, edtpa, risk and school innovation, shelton on personalized’s promise, talent, discipline, warm showers… http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/11/on-charters-nevermind-the-evidence-dr-ravitch-on-pain-meds-trumps-nea-support-edtpa-risk-and-school-innovation-shelton-on-personalizeds-promise-talent-discipline-warm-showers.html
on graduation rates and learning http://aheadoftheheard.org/what-good-are-higher-graduation-rates-if-students-arent-learning-more/
in their halloween costumes http://aheadoftheheard.org/kids-of-bellwether-on-halloween-cute-pics-alert/
diane ravitch: https://dianeravitch.net/2016/11/01/more-children-sick-dying-from-opioid-overdoses-follow-the-money/
a pretty revealing education op-ed: http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/editorials/2016/10/27/kozol/mgo99xse2n8jslssvxznfj/story.html
comes out against the charter cap raise there http://www.masslive.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/11/us_sen_bernie_sanders_opposes.html
how can you be against schools with results like this (pdf) http://credo.stanford.edu/documents/mareportfinal_000.pdf
here’s richard whitmire on the denver charter model and its promise https://www.the74million.org/article/whitmire-rocky-mountain-ties-in-denver-charters-excel-working-with-district
noah smith column on risk and entrepreneurialism https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-10-28/want-more-startups-build-a-better-safety-net
lawsuit filed in new jersey. http://www.wsj.com/articles/group-sues-new-jersey-schools-over-seniority-rules-1478009710
here’s jim shelton of czi with the positive case. https://www.edsurge.com/news/2016-10-31-is-personalized-learning-the-real-key-to-solving-equity-issues-jim-shelton-s-2016-inacol-keynote
edtpa has disparate impact issues http://hechingerreport.org/on-a-classroom-based-test-for-new-teachers-black-teachers-score-lower/
on support for trump within the nea http://www.eiaonline.com/intercepts/2016/10/28/trump-apparently-matching-previous-gop-candidate-support-among-nea-members/
with an assist from the chamber of commerce https://www.uschamberfoundation.org/reports/teacher-talent-pipelines-streamlining-path-student-educator-arizona
race and discipline from ed next http://educationnext.org/teacher-race-and-school-discipline-suspensions-research/
wood fired showers http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/29/your-money/california-prep-school-teaches-self-reliance.html
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dog stories, campus climate, mass charter parents, essa accountability, cs pipeline, richmond schools, and more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/10/dog-stories-campus-climate-mass-charter-parents-essa-accountability-cs-pipeline-richmond-schools-and-more.html
is quite a dog according to npr: http://www.npr.org/2016/10/31/499876610/a-girl-and-her-service-dog-head-to-the-supreme-court
the supreme court will hear arguments in this case today http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2016/10/26/service-dog-center-stage-in-major-special.html
speaks out – on the eve of halloween of course – about her experience at yale last year. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/my-halloween-email-led-to-a-campus-firestorm--and-a-troubling-lesson-about-self-censorship/2016/10/28/70e55732-9b97-11e6-a0ed-ab0774c1eaa5_story.html
is a lively debate about this idea http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2015/09/microaggression-complaints-and-victimhood.html
whitmire on massachusetts charter parents: https://www.the74million.org/article/whitmire-a-new-low-in-charter-school-wars-mass-parents-targeted-by-teachers-union-bosses
suggested in a radio interview http://www.wbur.org/radioboston/2015/10/19/barbara-madeloni-charter
this paper looks at the 5th indicator for essa accountability systems http://www.hamiltonproject.org/papers/lessons_for_broadening_school_accountability_under_the_every_student_succee
look at the computer science pipeline https://blog.google/topics/education/racial-and-gender-gaps-computer-science-learning-new-google-gallup-research/
on tutoring. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-education-reform-20161029-story.html
on the long overdue but hard choices for richmond, virginia schools. http://m.richmond.com/opinion/their-opinion/guest-columnists/article_6a290e47-65b1-5552-8cad-6115afe9cbec.html
on a nola turnaround. http://www.newschoolsforneworleans.org/turning-around-wilson-charter-school/
here’s a sweet story. http://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/chs-homecoming-queen-going-places/article_2ed7509c-9eef-11e6-8b85-73ac21fef0de.html
a story that i can’t help but think occasioned http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/28/nyregion/a-sculptor-reaps-the-rewards-of-art-deals-brokered-in-the-bedroom.html
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the hero america needs… http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/10/the-hero-america-needs.html
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clinton on bullying, john legend on charters, marc tucker on finance scams, teachers and retirement scams, key charter endorsements in massachusetts, conflicting education data in va, mathematica evals, naep, and stoner moms! http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/10/clinton-on-bullying-john-legend-on-charters-teachers-and-retirement-scams-key-charter-endorsements-in-massachusetts-conflicting-education-data-in-va-mathematica-evals-naep-and-stoner-moms.html
hillary clinton released an anti-bullying initiative yesterday https://www.hillaryclinton.com/briefing/factsheets/2016/10/27/better-than-bullying-hillary-clintons-plan-to-create-safer-schools-for-our-kids/
national attention but local solutions http://ideas.time.com/2012/03/29/bully-is-good-but-knee-jerk-responses-to-bullying-are-not/
i chided the teachers unions for playing and profiting http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/10/thanks-goldstein.html
the times revisited the issue http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/27/your-money/403-b-retirement-plans-teachers-brokers-fees.html
matt levine offers some smart context https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-10-27/commissions-and-chatbots
instead, the unions are putting poor choices in front of their members – and being compensated for it. http://articles.latimes.com/2006/apr/25/business/fi-retire25
that’s pretty broken to start with http://www.teacherpensions.org
john legend on the naacp charter school moratorium http://www.essence.com/news/john-legend-charter-public-schools-naacp
in new york city http://users.nber.org/~schools/charterschoolseval/how_nyc_charter_schools_affect_achievement_sept2009.pdf
situation with a virginia school board is worth watching https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/education/wp/2016/10/27/a-school-board-members-support-for-trump-stirs-a-free-speech-debate/
all these schools still don’t meet the bar! http://www.richmond.com/news/local/education/article_6e2f0c41-9c94-5224-ab36-35033ff45586.html
shouldn’t the shocking last graf of this article be the lede? http://www.richmond.com/news/national-world/ap/article_11efb483-6f0b-58bb-a6de-6b83989873e3.html
david tyack has passed. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/inside-school-research/2016/10/david_tyack_educator_and_histo.html
for ballot measure lifting the charter cap in massachusetts http://commonwealthmagazine.org/education/arne-duncan-calls-charter-schools-part-of-the-mass-solution/
comes out in favor, too: https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/editorials/2016/10/29/vote-yes-question/4ghhmbk6ipcdwgg8nehwfj/story.html
looks to be tightening some. https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2016/10/27/voters-split-charters-schools-favor-pot-legalization/inwsqqfg053kwac5dl0sfj/story.html
on the contextual issues here http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/top_performers/2016/10/separate_but_equal_it_wasnt_then_it_isnt_now.html
rtt evaluation is out https://www.mathematica-mpr.com/our-publications-and-findings/publications/race-to-the-top-implementation-and-relationship-to-student-outcomes
something here for everyone, too http://www.nationsreportcard.gov/science_2015/#?grade=4
analysis of teacher effectiveness. https://www.mathematica-mpr.com/news/teacher-effectiveness
mt race poll. http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/house/mt/montana_atlarge_district_zinke_vs_juneau-6050.html
stoner moms https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/kind-of-taboo-pot-industry-moms-form-support-group-in-an-era-of-legalization/2016/10/27/769ed49e-8b40-11e6-875e-2c1bfe943b66_story.html
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an olympic gold medalist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvzcbweqi-y
ounder of classroom champions http://www.classroomchampions.org
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pianta on teacher prep regs, 16 ideas, charter book, charter data, charter arguments, college choice. plus crime scenes. http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/10/pianta-on-teacher-prep-regs-16-ideas-charter-book-charter-data-charter-arguments-college-choice-plus-crime-scenes.html
you can always find me on twitter https://twitter.com/arotherham
from food to blockchain, charters, hiring, alt schools, and pre-k. and more! http://bellwethereducation.org/publication/16-2016-16-education-policy-ideas-next-president
very solid new book on charter schools http://hepg.org/hep-home/books/charter-schools-at-the-crossroads
on the charter debate in massachusetts. http://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2016/10/25/willful_selection_bias_vilifies_charter_schools_1322.html
charter school demographic data. http://www.aei.org/publication/differences-on-balance-national-comparisons-of-charter-and-traditional-public-schools
on the new teacher prep regulations: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/58109f10e4b06e45c5c7009a
at young people on the cusp of big decisions http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/projects/cp/national/college-applications
your crime spree now https://www.adventure-journal.com/2016/10/why-yes-you-can-get-away-with-murder-in-yellowstone/
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teacher prep, teacher data, teacher retirement! thanks goldstein! education politics, charters, student privacy, mt politics with national implications, latino supt’s, and more. plus finland! http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/10/thanks-goldstein.html
released a new analysis on teacher prep (pdf) http://bellwethereducation.org/sites/default/files/bellwether_newagenda-gplp_final-101316.pdf
looked at the new regulations in http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2016-10-19/education-department-regulations-aim-to-hold-teacher-prep-accountable
u.s. news. http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2016-10-19/education-department-regulations-aim-to-hold-teacher-prep-accountable
from mitchel on this here http://aheadoftheheard.org/go-forth-and-improve-teacher-preparation-programs-but-dont-ask-how/
why education advocates have to care about pensions, too. http://www.teacherpensions.org/blog/why-should-education-advocates-care-about-pension-reform
on retention/turnover data http://www.teacherpensions.org/blog/are-teacher-turnover-rates-rising-maybe-not
also been on the teacher shortage data lately http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/10/do-an-act-of-contrition-and-lay-off-the-common-core-math-new-teacher-preparation-regs-old-politics-naacp-and-charters-dc-charters-max-marchitello-is-not-buying-wallet-hubs-pension-math-chad-a.html
wants change, not your job http://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2016/10/20/white_education_reformers_i_dont_want_your_job_i_want_change_1320.html
a quick primer on the education landscape http://www.thelearninglandscape.org
 is now publishing in spanish http://espanol.laschoolreport.com
letters responding to the recent times editorial on the teacher prep regs are a great caricature http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/23/opinion/sunday/training-for-teachers.html
optional high fee retirement vehicles. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/23/your-money/403-b-retirement-plans-fees-teachers.html
most won’t ever fully qualify for http://bellwethereducation.org/sites/default/files/bw_pensionpaper_031314.pdf
40 percent of teachers are not covered by social security http://www.teacherpensions.org/topics/teachers-and-social-security
member benefits https://www.neamb.com/
security benefit https://www.securitybenefit.com/
filings http://www.adviserinfo.sec.gov/iapd/iapdfirmsummary.aspx?org_pk=138196
an array http://www.nearetirementprogram.com/investment-products
retirement plan https://www.brightscope.com/form-5500/service-providers/256985/the-national-education-association-of-the-united-states/261116/national-education-association-401k-retirement-savings-plan/2014/
in this george packer look at hillary clinton and today’s populist mood http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/10/31/hillary-clinton-and-the-populist-revolt
on education for the incarcerated. http://www.aei.org/publication/give-prisoners-a-second-chance/
parenting interrupted. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/23/magazine/the-anti-helicopter-parents-plea-let-kids-play.html
at school surveillance and privacy http://www.nasbe.org/wp-content/uploads/tucker_vance-surveillance-final.pdf
on charters and segregation. https://www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/ccf_20161021segregation_version-10_211.pdf
on charter schools https://edreformnow.org/policy-briefs/democratic-guide-public-charter-schools/
not getting any easier https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2016-10-24/kansas-ends-bad-economic-news-by-not-reporting-it
supt’s in texas. http://www.dallasnews.com/news/education/2016/10/24/latino-superintendents-lead-the-way
denise juneau race in montana http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2016/10/26/showdown-in-montana-as-state-chief-runs.html
a poll on parents and tech.  https://innovationassembly.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/learning_assembly_national_survey_results.pdf
on fly fishing, criminal defense, and the good and bad of informal bonds. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/23/opinion/fly-fishing-and-the-art-of-criminal-defense.html
is dressed like a tree http://www.cbsnews.com/news/police-man-dressed-as-tree-arrested-for-blocking-traffic-in-portland-maine/?ftag=cnm-00-10aab7e&linkid=30303710
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edujob: communications intern @bellwethered http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/10/edujob-communications-intern-bellwethered.html
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implementation versus idea http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/10/implementation-versus-idea.html
life is an implementation problem http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/rick_hess_straight_up/2014/06/life_is_an_implementation_problem.html
tutoring http://educationnext.org/match-corps-goes-national/
chicago public schools http://www.fox32chicago.com/news/chicago-at-the-tipping-point/31362932-story
thoughtful paper http://www.hamiltonproject.org/assets/files/improving_academic_outcomes_for_disadvantaged_students_pp.pdf
here http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/rick_hess_straight_up/2015/08/what_if_every_struggling_student_had_a_tutor.html
try those ideas elsewhere http://www.sportsonearth.com/article/155702702/bill-belichick-coaching-tree-strange-fruit
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december 1, 2016 edujob: program director, character and k12 education program @ kern family foundation here’s a dynamic role at a foundation committed to thinking about character education: the kern family foundation operates on the belief that the united states’ flourishing depends on the ability of its communities to form citizens of good character, while also instilling the technical abilities that allow young people to support themselves with meaningful work in well-paying, high-demand jobs. the character and k12 education program teams are dedicated to restoring these two objectives—character formation and technical aptitude – to educational institutions. in the area of academic achievement, the foundation places emphasis in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – disciplines that will allow young people to adapt to an increasingly technological world. the character and k12 education program director will work closely with the program’s team leader on the creation, implementation, assessment, and evaluation of strategies for the character and k12 program. the program director is responsible for managing day-to-day grant making activities in keeping with the foundation’s current policies and procedures, developing and maintaining strong relationships with regional organizations and peer foundations, and articulating foundation goals and programs to the community. you can learn more and apply via this link. posted at 8:45 am | post a comment | link to this post november 30, 2016 trump, devos, whiteboard insiders on devos, choice and accountability. plus: steve fleishman with the eduwonkiest non-eduwonk post ever, wisconsin news and ravitch could have stopped trump and chose not to! student speech, when does mcwhorter sleep? also data on timss, fordham authorizing, edtpa and more… another bellwether education blog training coming in february. applications due in december. more here. last week i offered some thoughts in u.s. news & world report on lecturing trump voters that were really about the rampant assumption of monocausality since the election. i voted for clinton. i’m no fan of trump. but all of his supporters are not odious and castigating all of them doesn’t hold up intellectually (and even if  for some reason you believe it, it’s counter-productive politically and actually empowers the actually odious ones). of course, you could write the same piece the other way because some of the truisms among trump supporters are just as absurd. but the basic point is that it’s a sprawling and diverse country and we could all – urban, suburban, exurban, rural, whatever – do a bit better engaging with that. we asked the whiteboard advisors education insider panel (balanced politically) about approval or disapproval of betsy devos. 57-43 approve/disapprove of the choice. related, within the education world (among those who didn’t support trump for president, which is a majority) people seem to be breaking into two factions. one are the never trumps who just refuse to work with him and instead prefer to carry on the arguments from the campaign. these range from the folks calling out anyone who seeks to serve in the administration to folks just quietly planning to do politics rather than policy for a few years. on the other side are the folks who are saying, basically, ‘oh well, this is the world for the next few years let’s see how we can adapt to it and get something done for kids.’ they’re not coming over to trump’s way of looking at the world but are talking about how to operate in this new environment. so a lot of operators, especially those deeply integrated with federal policy are less about castigating the incoming administration right now than trying to figure out who the deputy assistant secretary they will be dealing with might be.  i’m not arguing that there is a right or wrong answer. trump is not a normal political event so there is no template or tradition for the proper response. but, organizations that need to work with congress and the administration will have some tough choices to make about pragmatism versus political idealism in the trump era. also related, is it me or has the incoming trump administration done a really poor job defending betsy devos after they nominated her? some of her friends, political allies, and related groups have come forward but overall they’ve sort of left her hanging out there. not even much of an argument from the transition about why she’s a good choice. for the record, i think she’s (a) an acceptable nominee in the category of presidents deserving a fair degree of discretion about who they choose to serve in their administrations and the context of the ed debate and (b) i think no one really has any idea what kind of secretary she will be. a lot hinges on the deputy and subcabinet picks who will oversee operational and line roles and i can see her being effective in a bully pulpit/leadership role or getting eaten alive by the scope of the job, the politics, and what could be a pretty impromptu style of governing across the administration. too soon to know. here’s an interview with devos about choice from last year, a bit vague but some flavor. also here’s (bw board member) paul reville in tes on devos and the moment. devos must have an answer for some hard questions about her views on regulations and quality in the choice sector – not just in confirmation but as the new administration designs policy. expect to hear a lot about stuff like this as well as the authorizing problems in michigan. reality check though: none of this is as simple as you are hearing on twitter. in michigan, for instance, some of the worst actors are for-profit but also so are some of the best. the anti-choice types will make a bunch of noise but that ship has sailed and parents are speaking. this does, however, set up an interesting - and important – debate among people who support choice about the role of regulation and quality measures in choice systems. that debate was muted during the obama years but should burst into full view now. think i am kidding? just today here’s shavar jefferies and peter cunningham on that today. and here’s mike petrilli responding. elsewhere: oh my. this post by steve fleishman touches all the right points for me. dry fly fishing and evidence in education…plus drift boats. from wisconsin two non-recount articles worth paying attention to. first, the devos pick is energizing school choice supporters there. that will have some political implications going forward.  second, a deep dive on the fortunes of organized labor there since act 10. warning signs for teachers unions elsewhere that are not just about people who oppose unions: dave weiland, an oconomowoc school district teacher and local union leader, thinks the state union was stuck in a 1920s mentality. “the gravy train was running, and they didn’t see the curve,” he said. rishawn biddle unpacks nea political spending. looking for someone to blame about the election?  start with diane ravitch, apparently she could have delivered some rust belt states if she had wanted to. also, is ravitch honoring fidel castro with this post? it’s that long and all over the place. and kevin carey responds. is john mcwhorter on adderal? he’s everywhere after this election. cnn here. democracy here. more down the page. the essa regs are out. this matters but now a bit tbd because of the election. thoughtful pushback on anti-standardized testing ideas. annual fordham charter sponsorship report. new timss data. a lot to look at but pay attention to the gender gaps. and here’s some edtpa data.  student voice: this is a pretty good speech. and here’s a rural student talking about college. posted at 11:06 am | 2 comments | link to this post november 28, 2016 betsy devos – ed sec designee it’s betsy devos. turns out president-elect trump’s choice for education secretary was hidden in plain sight. you say you want to do a big push for choice so you pick a prominent school choice booster (she’s flirted with common core and for the types that approach anti-common core with religious fervor she’s suspect, but that’s already being mopped up). the free press lays out the stark good versus evil takes most people seem to have about her. i wrote last wednesday that: betsy devos = pretty mainstream pick – though usual suspects on right & left of course are already going bonkers https://t.co/r8ijfsiuk1 — andrew rotherham (@arotherham) november 23, 2016 this riled some people up, of course. but bear in mind a few things. first, the standard is not who you would have picked or i might have picked. donald trump won the election and devos is within the mainstream of republican thought on education. people are acting as though the choice was devos or maybe pedro noguera or jonathan kozol instead. second, given some of the alternatives were reportedly folks like jerry falwell jr. and given the president-elect’s apparently fast and loose style with nominations devos doesn’t seem so bad! also, seriously, does michelle rhee look so bad now? education’s mandarins couldn’t stomach her aggressive reform style, so now they get devos. (by the way, one knock on devos is that she never attended public schools, worked in them, or sent her kids to them. yet many reformers (including rhee) are public school products, have worked in them, and send their kids to them. many prominent reform critics are more like devos. so what’s the point exactly? it’s almost like this is a bunch of bullshit?) of course, on twitter there is a fake devos twitter account. disappointing. huge potential for entertainment but so far pretty lame and interchangeable with a bunch of other fake accounts by the same folks. basic test of seriousness for devos critiques is, are they devos critiques? there is plenty in her record that warrants scrutiny and a bunch go-forward questions about federal policy, as with anyone set for a role like this. or, are they generic critiques that would be raised about any trump education nominee? for instance, it’s barely newsworthy she’s for school choice. but it is worth asking how her ideas about school choice comport with several decades of research and evidence. in the times doug harris does just that and offers a critique of detroit arguing devos would support weakly regulated choice contrary to the experience of places like new orleans. it’s a good point, but here we are. just last week the president of the nea was attacking new orleans as a total scam and now it’s going to be the gold standard! and here you thought turnarounds were impossible in k-12 education. new education establishment posture: “why can’t we just have choice like new orleans….it’s so good there!” also, worth noting, too early to tell but devos may end up being one of the trump picks with the fewest conflicts of interest? after all, she just believes in school choice she doesn’t stand to make any money off of it.* questions about her view of the role of public schools in her confirmation hearings should be interesting, though (as well as the office of civil rights, role, scope, and size of the department of education overall, and some other pretty significant issues). two things to bear in mind going forward. first, pay attention to the subcabinet roles. that’s where a lot of the action is – especially for an incoming secretary unfamiliar with many of the policy domains the agency works in. second, and related, the role can evolve in unexpected ways. for instance, people think of margaret spellings as the no child left behind architect. but she spent much of her last two years as secretary focused on student loan problems. that kind of unpredictability is par for the course with cabinet roles. other takes: campbell brown on devos.  greg forester sees risk for school choice because of trump in this really smart piece. mike petrilli has twenty questions. rishawn biddle says you can’t detach any trump pick from larger concerns about trump. kevin carey argues she won’t get as far as people think on choice. kevin assumes a restraint not to wreak havoc on federal policy that i’m not sure is there. i hope by this point people might have learned the basic lesson that, at least so far with trump, anything is possible. just yesterday he was claiming, with no evidence, that he would have won the popular vote but for fraud. this is not normal in american politics. so i’d avoid certainty. *update: politico says she may or may not have an investment position in a for-profit education company (k12). if true, she’d have to divest. posted at 10:27 am | 2 comments | link to this post november 23, 2016 edujob: ceo teach plus here’s a pretty big edujob, teach plus is looking for a new ceo. interesting organization that plays on policy and practice and a pretty fluid time in the sector. the mission of teach plus is to empower excellent, experienced teachers to take leadership over key policy and practice issues that affect their students’ success. the organization recruits and selects expert teachers to advance policy changes and improve instructional leadership and teacher supports; trains and coaches teacher leaders to successfully mobilize and lead teacher teams; and empowers teacher leaders to be change agents among their peers and policy makers.  since 2009, teach plus has trained thousands of teacher leaders across the country who are driving policy changes to create a more performance-based teaching profession, and improving the instructional practices of teachers to better serve all urban students. you can learn more and find out how to be considered via this link. posted at 2:49 pm | post a comment | link to this post it’s devos! lecture your relatives, donate to your school, pearson! spec ed, nc chief race, trump’s mo? happy thanksgiving! in u.s. news i offer a thanksgiving thought counter to the ‘go lecture your backwards relatives or ignore them altogether’ sentiment swirling on social media. people vote for lots of reasons, a lot of people are frustrated and hurting, so maybe go easy? and for all the talk of checking privilege, check yours. besides, politics is core to how we organize ourselves but there is still so much more to life than politics. still want to lecture your relatives? ok, do what you want, i offer talking points. an opportunity culture teacher reflects on personalized learning. personnel department: antwan wilson coming to dc to be schools ceo. leaves a big hole in oakland. betsy devos is very pro-school choice so it’s going to make everyone bonkers but in the big scheme of things pretty establishment pick if she becomes secretary of education - as is being reported. i was hoping for nina rees, both because she’s talented and because it would be fun to watch the alt-right lose their minds over it. but they might meltdown a bit over devos anyway. (update: devos already tamping down the common core stuff. she may not have formal political experience but clearly a fast learner!)  more secretary of ed news further down. and we still have a current secretary of education! on many issues i can get multiple perspectives and various arguments but honestly one i don’t is corporal punishment in school. i simply cannot wrap my head around willingly consenting for someone else to lay a hand on my child. yet here we are. john king tries to prod action on that issue with a letter this week. i’m sure this is just more obama overreach or something…but seriously, hitting kids? david leonhardt on delaware governor jack markell and education. in some communities “voluntary” school donations are in practice not all that voluntary. the voluntary nature is mentioned just in passing before the request goes out or you get a yard sign or other signal when you contribute. the nyt ethicist looks at that question. these donations stem from a few causes, including force of habit and poorly designed school finance schemes that underfund schools, cause workarounds in some communities, or leave too little discretionary dollars for teachers or principals. but it’s worth pausing and reflecting on how various approaches to this might be experienced by families struggling to make ends meet – either temporarily because of a life event or as an ongoing situation. this story conflates standards and test but overall is a pretty straightforward look at pearson and its north american situation, challenges, opportunities. not sure why it’s being hailed as a hit piece, pretty pedestrian business story. this story tries to make sense of donald trump’s education plans. ha ha ha ha ha. it’s just too soon to tell beyond some broad directional signals (pdf). here’s an interesting amicus brief (pdf) in the upcoming special education case. north carolina schools chief election fallout. two things are true at once: better integration of schools is an important goal, but it’s complicated and the idea that parents are just clamoring for it is misleading of the complicated realities. “corporate education reformer” is a term that makes no sense when you unpack it but has sort of stuck. welcome to the age of trump, i guess. here cnn just deploys it like an official title when discussing michelle rhee. could make for a fun correction, “the previous version of this story referred to rhee as corporate education reformer. there is no such thing…” conor wililams is worried about donald trump. a big debate has broken out in the democratic part of the education world about the rightness or wrongness of working for the administration of donald trump. dfer came down hard in the “no” camp but michelle rhee said that while she wasn’t pursuing a role “wishing for [trump's] failure is wanting for the failure of millions of american children.” it seems like two ideas are getting conflated in this debate: 1) arguing against the president-elect’s policies or rhetoric, or any presidents proposals or rhetoric, is patriotic. dissent and debate is core to the american political tradition. it might be especially important now. 2) wishing the president’s failure though, which has become something of the norm the past few decades as politics has become more of a rooting sport than battle of ideas, seems decidedly less patriotic. the speculation about what possible policy debacle might be most advantageous for democrats in the next few years (“let’s hope he privatizes medicaid!”) has the same sour flavor as republican jubilation about how health care might get all screwed up under president obama. in all these cases actual people are hurt as washington’s factions vie for an edge. should’t we want all our presidents to succeed – in the create shared progress way – regardless of our personal taste for them and however vigorously we might oppose some of their various policies and ideas? in other words, if you’re not a trump supporter then perhaps skepticism or deep concern about trump should be balanced with a quiet hope to be genuinely surprised. so should democrats go work in a trump administration? that’s not so straightforward. seems like everyone has to decide for themselves and different conclusions are justifiable. (the arguments are pretty obvious on both sides and will change few minds.) on education, it is hard to square some of what trump has suggested he wants to do related to education with progressivism or liberalism. on the other hand, per above, who knows? my basic sense is that trump is a real estate developer, many real estate developers fly by the seat of the pants, trump flies by the seat of his pants in politics so far, too. earlier this month trump’s supporters were chanting “look her up” now they’re going after him for protecting secretary clinton. it’s a weird time. happy thanksgiving! posted at 2:38 pm | 1 comment | link to this post november 21, 2016 eduwonk: the divisiveness issue! is it identity politics, campus culture, or….the sat? pensions and beer, dc charter performance, coal country school finance, grit, hansel on reading, hess on edsec, oscar the grouch gets 2 and 20, pavel datsyuk gets his degree! and more… let’s start with some catastrophic pension news that should have everyone on edge about an age of austerity: for a half-century, retired labatt employees have been entitled to as much as a 12-pack of free beer every week, an unusual perk that anheuser-busch inbev — the brewery’s owner for the last 21 of those years — has now made the “reluctant decision” to end in an effort to save costs. we do seem a bit divided lately, why? justin fox blames the sat: i’ve been puzzling over this meritocracy problem for a while now, and i don’t have any brilliant answers. but it does seem like we’d be better off if we dispensed with the notion that a “meritocracy” or “aristocracy of the intellect” is really something to strive for. yes, it’s good to have competent people in important jobs! but admitting only one style of competence, or assuming that skill at one narrow activity (taking standardized tests, for example) implies competence in other areas, seems like a sure-fire way of sorting society into classes of people who neither understand nor trust one another. george will blames college campus culture these days: many undergraduates, their fawn-like eyes wide with astonishment, are wondering: why didn’t the dean of students prevent the election from disrupting the serenity to which my school has taught me that i am entitled? campuses create “safe spaces” where students can shelter from discombobulating thoughts and receive spiritual balm for the trauma of microaggressions. yet the presidential election came without trigger warnings? the morning after the election, normal people rose — some elated, some despondent — and went off to actual work. but at yale university, that incubator of late-adolescent infants, a professor responded to “heartfelt notes” from students “in shock” by making that day’s exam optional. there may be something to this. you save and spend a fortune to send your kid off to college so they can come home, at best, a half-educated marxist and lecture you about the errors of your ways – that might piss you off (unless you’re a half educated marxist yourself so given what we know about college going patterns this might take care of itself over time). but, i’m having trouble seeing what in the will column he wouldn’t have written regardless of the election outcome? on both the right and the left a lot of the post-election commentary has an old wine, new bottles flavor to it. on the other hand….there is this, which while not new is new again in its prominence in our national politics and is disturbing. where is everyone who couldn’t shut up about jeremiah wright? speaking of colleges, there is definitely donor influenced affirmative action for the rich that goes on and is gross, of course. but, in fairness, there are also instances where colleges do the right thing and turn down unqualified children of large donors. harder to write about because it’s handled discreetly and is a dog that didn’t bark kind of thing. but it happens, too. also, it turns out pretty much everyone at harvard graduates with honors. and mark lilla set off a debate with his essay about identity politics in the times. it has an education angle: but the fixation on diversity in our schools and in the press has produced a generation of liberals and progressives narcissistically unaware of conditions outside their self-defined groups, and indifferent to the task of reaching out to americans in every walk of life. at a very young age our children are being encouraged to talk about their individual identities, even before they have them. by the time they reach college many assume that diversity discourse exhausts political discourse, and have shockingly little to say about such perennial questions as class, war, the economy and the common good. in large part this is because of high school history curriculums, which anachronistically project the identity politics of today back onto the past, creating a distorted picture of the major forces and individuals that shaped our country. (the achievements of women’s rights movements, for instance, were real and important, but you cannot understand them if you do not first understand the founding fathers’ achievement in establishing a system of government based on the guarantee of rights.) when young people arrive at college they are encouraged to keep this focus on themselves by student groups, faculty members and also administrators whose full-time job is to deal with — and heighten the significance of — “diversity issues.” fox news and other conservative media outlets make great sport of mocking the “campus craziness” that surrounds such issues, and more often than not they are right to. which only plays into the hands of populist demagogues who want to delegitimize learning in the eyes of those who have never set foot on a campus. how to explain to the average voter the supposed moral urgency of giving college students the right to choose the designated gender pronouns to be used when addressing them? how not to laugh along with those voters at the story of a university of michigan prankster who wrote in “his majesty”? elsewhere: if you followed the pence/trump/hamilton debate over the weekend and didn’t see stevie van zandt’s twitter feed you’re missing out. also education’s own robert pondiscio took to the daily news about this, too.  this, of course, diverted attention from the settlement in the trump u case.  did you know that oscar the grouch is a hedge fund guy in his free time?* don’t miss lisa hansel on reading and equity. rick hess has a hard core of top ten attributes for a new education secretary - he doesn’t want your common core or early education ideas! the 74 continues to track bullying incidents in schools following the election. new dc charter school performance rankings.* in coal country depopulation is complicating school finance formulas. apparently pavel datsyuk just finished his bachelor’s degree. today in grit: donkey becomes running partner. *bellwether has worked with sesame workshop as a client.  bellwether’s sara mead is on the dc charter school board. posted at 12:01 pm | 1 comment | link to this post november 17, 2016 new education insider data – trump ed policy new data from the whiteboard advisors education insider survey panel (pdf). looks at higher education policy, k-12 policy and choice, and overall polarization in the coming months. a lot of interesting stuff. posted at 10:51 pm | 1 comment | link to this post teaching trump/scaring the children! bob weir has a fun act called scaring the children. this post, unfortunately, is not about them. rick hess and checker finn urge a tamping down of the anti-trump talk in schools: we’re no fans of the president-elect, whose behavior has frequently been appalling, whose policy ignorance is vast, and who appears to lack any coherent philosophy of government. that said, we are astonished that so many educators, schools and colleges chose to treat his election as reason to alarm their students and to suggest that only a democratic victory would have aligned with the nation’s values. we understand that the country is divided and that some kids share their parents’ fears of potentially being deported or losing their health insurance. we’ve surely no objection to teachers comforting fearful children. that’s a responsibility of all adults who care for them. but we don’t believe that educators are supposed to make kids scared or teach that there is a right outcome and a wrong one to a presidential election. and we’re puzzled to see so many educators – and even education journalists – imagine that trump’s election can only be understood through the prism of racism and xenophobia. kevin carey says, no, “teachers should tell the truth about trump” by defining president-elect trump’s shortcomings in a way that deliberately excludes all of the worst things about him, hess and finn are joining the ranks of conservatives and republicans in washington, dc who, after eight years out of power and for reasons that range from wishful thinking to much worse, are busily convincing themselves that donald trump is redeemable. he is not. his bigotry is bone-deep. this truth is perfectly obvious to the many educators who spent last week meeting their fundamental obligation to their students: helping them understand the full measure of the world we now live in, and validating their entirely justified fear. it seems this one is not straightforward. finn and hess are clearly right that our national inability to understand each other (as well as some partisanship) penetrates into some schools and classrooms. on the other hand, carey is certainly correct that trump (and this election season overall) are not normal or routine events in american politics and some kids have reason to be more alarmed than might otherwise be the case after a more routine election. posted at 8:30 am | post a comment | link to this post november 14, 2016 friedrichs redux? massachuetts charters, van jones">trump advice: don’t call me shirley. trump’s education hands, choice & charters, union infighting, friedrichs redux? massachuetts charters, van jones this is good advice: if you ever find yourself writing a sentence in which donald trump is the subject, maybe don’t start it with “surely.” with regard to education that means everyone telling you what a trump administration will or won’t do really has no idea about what they’re talking about. president-elect trump doesn’t either, at this point. behind the scenes he is bringing in some competent hands, folks like townsend mcnitt and james manning, but they are just getting their sea legs. obviously look for choice to be a theme. but, also, the department of education has a lot of political appointees, more than most agencies, so if you’re looking to see where the steve bannon-types land and establish a power base, keep an eye out there. and obviously, vice president elect-pence is going to have a lot of influence here and has pretty established views on education policy from his time as indiana’s governor. also keep an eye on newt gingrich. in a minister without a portfolio kind of role he is a recipe for a lot of this. on choice, everyone might settle down a bit. if trump mishandles the issue it could end any semblance of bipartisanship on issues like choice and make charter schools completely toxic politically. and plenty of people on both sides want that exact outcome. choice could be a place for productive bipartisan agreement or it could be a flashpoint depending on both how the incoming administration handles the issue and how people respond – especially people who are favorably disposed toward choice but have little use or love for president-elect trump union leaders are not happy about the election. a lot of complaining about randi weingarten on this score behind the scenes, relative to how the clinton – sanders endorsement decision went down and so forth. keep an eye on that, it’s been getting louder the last few days. the teachers’ unions stroke of luck on friedrichs ended what would have been a lot of recriminations about that case and it could open up again soon (friedrichs-like cases are on the move in the federal judiciary). in general terms it seems like trump is likely to make some sort of play around infrastructure that private sector labor might like. public sector labor, more closely associated with america’s culture wars and the currently out of fashion elites than its working class, looks to be in for a bumpy ride. but, you know who else is a new yorker besides the president-elect? chuck schumer, the dealmaking incoming senate minority leader. reports that randi weingarten, whose base is also new york, had tried to surgically attach herself to his leg in the wake of the election could not be confirmed….but, per the good advice above, surely there are many twists and turns to come. here’s one take, that seems rosy to me, on how things could play out. also on choice, more evidence the money argument moved votes in massachusetts.  my early take on this here. history rhymes, repeats, or something. clive crook: elite opinion admits of only one answer: people are more stupid and bigoted than we ever imagined. without denying that there’s plenty of stupidity and bigotry to go around, i think it’s more a matter of elite incompetence. elite opinion heard the rebels’ complaints, but instead of acknowledging what was valid, it rejected the grievances in every particular and dismissed the complainers as fools or worse. the elites weren’t deaf. they were dumb. i’m all for cnn dumping some of its commentators, the assault wave upon assault wave of pundits was hard to take during the entire election. it was like d-day but for political nerds. but, i hope van jones isn’t* shown the door. check out his post election conversations with voters. update: this pretty key word was missing from the version originally pushed live. next time the publishing template asks me if i want to revert to the earlier version i’ll pay attention. posted at 4:21 pm | 2 comments | link to this post november 11, 2016 veterans day never a bad time to thank veterans for their service and sacrifice. and probably not a bad week this year to revisit some of that world war i poetry we post here on veterans day from time to time and reflect on how fragile this all is. also, as we consider what binds us and separates us as americans ask yourself if you know anyone in the armed forces, anyone who is enlisted, and anyone who has fired a weapon in anger during their service. lauren schwartze and jason weeby take a look at veterans talent in education organizations. a few years ago eric greitens, a former seal who launched a non-profit to help veterans, penned a piece for this blog about veterans and education. on tuesday evening he became governor-elect of missouri and is someone you might want to keep an eye on politically. posted at 7:29 pm | post a comment | link to this post more post-election, rural and education, must-read mcwhorter, blame trump on charters, civic education please, mike rowe on cats and the election (and cte), gaulden on lattimore, taylor on sturgill. more! sara mead on five election takeaways for education. chad aldeman looks through the education tea leaves as well. some of these 16 ideas might work in the new politics of washington.  the 74 has a lot of election round up news. this john mcwhorter essay in the boston globe is valuable -  strong pushes that demand engagement even where you disagree. too much to pull quote but if you read one thing today you can do a lot worse than this. go to the globe for mcwhorter, stay for the wonderful news about mookie betts! this is also a pretty spectacular read you shouldn’t miss.  and matt levine has been very good on all this. rural: still reading? ok, then somewhat related, after condescending to rural americans – and worse – the education reform coalition realizes rural americans matter to our politics. the superficial enthusiasm for a class-based politics obscures how politically complicated such a project will be. class exerts enormous leverage in the world view of a lot reformers of all races. we at bellwether do a lot of work in rural america and i personally spend a lot of my time there. but recently at a meeting with a lot of elite types involved in education and other issues a very influential person remarked matter-of-factly, as if it was the most obvious demographic statement in the world, that the trends were clear and rural was “done” as a significant part of american life. this was met with agreeing nods. ok. i don’t think it’s by coincidence that people in the education world who spend a lot to time in rural america were actively concerned about this outcome happening or saw it as a real possibility, or both. for my part, i split my time between a community that voted 75-17 for clinton and one that voted 64-32 for trump. i wouldn’t want to idealize either place, plenty of pluses and minuses, that’s life, but i have great affection for my friends and neighbors in both communities. i can assure you, though, that if you think rural americans don’t understand that many in the 75-17 parts of the country quietly or openly hold them in some contempt, see them as a drag on progress, or at best see them and their lives as relics, you’re kidding yourself. and stuff like that transcends “issues”and  is not all about race. and if you double down on it this will happen again. that’s why it’s especially astounding to me that people who can’t shut up at dinner parties and on facebook about structural inequality (an idea i happen to agree more with than i disagree) don’t realize that millions of americans they regard as backwards are actually plenty smart and capable but were born in some small community rather than greenwich and that might have something to do with the jobs and lives they have now. although as i noted the other day more still binds us than divides us as people (and that’s the big political opportunity waiting for the right leader in 2020), tuesday night was a big fuck you. and in education for all the talk of listening to communities and all that, well,….check your privilege i guess? and just so there isn’t confusion because this gets reductionist pretty fast, i think trump has proven to be a racist and appealed to racists in his campaign in various ways. it just doesn’t follow from there that everyone who voted for him is racist. our politics are more complicated than that. that said, it does seem to me that trump voters have a special responsibility to speak up/act about things like this. meanwhile, except for the big prize the teachers unions had a decent night on tuesday and won some state ballot issues and some races that will help them in states, where the balance of power is during the essa era. that’s bad news for low-income and minority students whose needs will be obscured in a lot of new accountability systems. essa is the kind of bill you sign when you think there is no way a trump administration will oversee federal civil rights protections. how’s that going? an interesting political question is whether the teachers unions are now more valuable in state and local politics to democrats than in national races. i don’t know, but it’s clear that while they produce volunteers and money they can’t reliably deliver the vote. here’s a look at the structure of the election and reasons why clinton got fewer votes where she needed them and trump got more. brownstein on that, too – the american demographics of 2050 are really interesting but this election was held in 2016.  all of this has some pretty obvious education implications going forward. here’s a new theory on why trump won: rick kahlenberg says that a lack of civic education (and too many charter schools) are a cause of why trump won. seriously. i guess i’m sort of with him on the first point, but there are a few problems with this analysis – although i’m all for better civic education and wish schools emphasized it more and had better curriculum for it. enormous area to do better. first, there is no evidence any one kind of school is better or worse at helping students internalize democratic values. charter examples like green dot in california or democracy prep in new york show how powerful charters can be at that. many traditional public schools show the same. so do many private schools. there is actually literature on this that indicates we should be cautious about ascribing great civic virtue, or lack thereof, to any particular class of schools. what’s more, reasonable can disagree, but it may well be that letting parents choose schools and having various public authorities oversee them can itself encourage good civic habits? in the city where rick works, washington d.c., does anyone really want to argue that the d.c. public charter board is less a model of good civic habits than, say, the old d.c. school board? second, and actually seriously, rick’s case suffers from the flaw of many arguments for better civic education: they boil down to ‘if people were more educated then they would vote more like me.’ perhaps. but it may well be that a lot of trump voters simply have a different conception about the supreme court than rick and i do or a different set of economic concerns than we do or they just liked or trusted hillary clinton less than we do, or were simply mad about their health care bill. check the exits, trump voters are all over the place. people disagree! that’s democracy. i have friends who are quite well-versed on civic matters but don’t agree with me on politics and don’t support the candidates i do. in fact, one might argue that the significant share of trump voters who saw the composition of the supreme court as an overriding issue in this election were looking at the world through a particular civic prism that resonated with them. i certainly agree with rick that the lack of concern in many quarters about trump’s indifference to constitutional issues and constraints as well as his apparent indifference to democratic norms is jarring and serious and real cause for concern. but don’t look too closely at the free speech views of millennials – especially left-leaning ones – if that kind of thing makes you uneasy.  a lot of students and americans see the authoritarianism of the left modeled for them regularly so it seems somewhat unsurprising they’re not as resistant as they should be to the authoritarianism of the right. perhaps we could all use a constitutional refresher, and hopefully it’s not too late for one speaking of coming together and millennials. although i’m not at all happy about the election and would like to say i think this is simply all wrong, there is probably something to it. around the country people have an admiration but also unsurprising lack of sympathy for students at elite schools. if you went to those schools you might not talk with them very much about it. and think about it, if you’re say a single mom waitressing and working extra shifts to make ends meet and dragging yourself to work even when you feel awful – physically or emotionally or both – then hearing that kids at the nation’s most elite schools don’t want to go to class because they’re upset about the election might just piss you off. on the other hand, people like my fictional waitress and everyone calling these students snowflakes also needs to appreciate that they are still young and it’s understandable how some of the context of this election – not to mention some of what has transpired the last few days – might have someone concerned or freaked out. elsewhere: mike rowe on the election and cte. bizarrely fascinating cat analogy. and mike petrilli looks at what’s next. non-election news: mdrc looks at a texting initiative to help students. tim taylor reviews sturgill simpson in denver (my take on sturgill’s current tour here). and here’s jason gaulden on kenny lattimore at an intimate private show. posted at 1:14 pm | 3 comments | link to this post november 10, 2016 massachusetts charters, trump and ed, the election and bullying, plus election takes ok, wow. interesting election. good reminder that any major party nominee can win, one-in-three odds are not really long odds, and people vote for lots of reasons. next time you hope the other party nominates someone who can’t possibly win and treat that person as a political gift rather than a real threat, well, something to think about. on the education front the charter referendum in massachusetts, probably the most watched education issue on the ballot on tuesday anywhere, went down. something interesting on the referendum is that it failed by roughly the same margins (62-28) state voucher referendums in various places often did in the past. and those referendums were fought with a political message about costs, taxes, and the damage that might to do suburban schools. that’s basically the same playbook opponents of raising massachusetts’ limit on charter schools effectively used there.  the opponents knew they couldn’t win if the debate turned on quality – because everyone pretty much agreed massachusetts charters are an outlier high on quality – so instead they went after the risk aversion suburban voters feel about their schools. it worked. one impolite question a reasonable person might ask, in the wake of the national election, is how much money did the unions spend in massachusetts in an effort to basically protect jobs and keep poor black kids bottled up in crappy schools? and might that money and effort have been better spent in, oh i don’t know, wisconsin or michigan or pennsylvania on politics there? about that election. voters are frustrated and angry. shouldn’t be too hard to see why? the moment early this year i began to worry was at a typical washington dinner with nice food and discussion of various issues when someone – a comfortable dean at an elite college –  literally raised a glass of fine red wine to their lips while saying “i just can’t understand what all these people are so angry about.” everyone has a theory about the election but many of them don’t comport with what we see in the exits and seem more about confirmation bias than political analysis. it’ll take a while to sort out. but, sean trende is good to read on the possibly fragile coalition trump put together. this new york times map of counties and voting is worth paying attention to before you buy into reductionist narratives about the election. it appears, for instance, that about one-third of hispanic men who voted on tuesday voted for trump. voting behavior is often not as simple as people will have you believe. this article from a never trumper is also worth reading. more generally this tucker carlson piece from early in the year and this glenn greenwald from this week offer some explanatory views on what’s going on. arthur brooks cites out of work men as a fulcrum. but i’m not sure the data support that. rather, based on both the demographics of trump voters and then a bunch of anecdotal evidence i think a driver for some may have been economically anxious americans who have a job but worry if they lose it they’ll never have one as good again because of actual economic dislocation or their perception of it. at its core this election seems like a populist revolt from understandably frustrated voters. what makes it unique is that the person it thrust into  the highest office is such an unknown quantity and so non-transparent about his policy preferences and even his own personal business and financial interests. so no one really has any idea what is next. the president-elect could do a lot worse as an early step than to say a few words in an effort to tamp this sort of thing down. i heard about episodes like this from some teachers yesterday. this summer i spent five weeks all over the country from the reddest enclaves of oklahoma and wyoming to erie and toledo in the rust belt midwestern states and blue havens like marin and cape cod. i listened to a lot of very different people of various economic means, races, ethnicities, and creeds and i remain firmly convinced that a few things are true. as people americans have much more in common than what divides us and most are not consumed by our various cultural battles but rather are frustrated with our leaders, don’t like being condescended to by american elites they know sneer at them, and mostly just want to live their lives. but, second, we, and especially politically active americans, are increasingly isolated in our lives, communities, media and social media choices and so forth and people don’t spend a lot of time talking to people with substantially different views and we’re losing the ability to do that and consequently to understand each other. rhetoric about america being a failed state is way overblown but we’re certainly failing each other. and that’s why millions were willing to take the risk they did tuesday. ignore that at our peril. for education, we’re likely to see some familiar names in the policy world emerge. i’d keep an eye on gerard robinson and on bill evers in particular. probably good news if you favor d.c. vouchers and a larger school choice package, perhaps as part of some sort of urban bill, seems likely. for-profit higher ed types probably woke up happy on wednesday, too. president elect-trump is one of them. i don’t think trump will abolish the department of education or end the federal role in k-12 schools – there are 100 senators and 435 members of congress who like that money and are fine with swamps getting drained as long as it is not their own. but we’ll see. maybe he’ll just end the federal common core for the next four years. *spellcheck completely failed on this post so it’s been updated with numerous corrections. posted at 4:38 pm | 2 comments | link to this post november 9, 2016 edujob: in-schools program coordinator @826la great edujob in la. 826la is a non-profit organization that helps students aged 6-18 and their teachers with expository and creative writing. activities include after-school tutoring, workshops, in-school tutoring, support for ell’s, and support for student publications. from the jd (pdf): 826la is looking for someone to join our hard-working, passionate team as a full-time in-schools program coordinator. reporting to the director of in-school programs and college access, the in-schools coordinator brings 826la programs to students in west and south la. e in-schools coordinator is responsible for managing the in-schools program, along with developing strong relationships and delivering quality programming to partner teachers, schools, and community members. e in-schools coordinator works primarily out of 826la’s mar vista o ce, but must be able and willing to travel to schools all over los angeles, and 826la’s echo park office and satellite site at manual arts high school on a regular basis. learn more and apply here (pdf). learn more about 826la here. posted at 11:30 am | post a comment | link to this post november 8, 2016 more education in the election than you think? at u.s. news & world report i take a look at three ways education mattered in the election and will have some leverage on politics going forward: with 2016 voting fully upon us today, the education world can now stop complaining about how education really didn’t matter to the presidential race. it’s finally time for education advocates to begin gearing up to complain about how it isn’t really a big issue in the 2020 race for the white house. but although it was hardly a centerpiece of this year’s campaign, education did actually matter in a few key ways in the 2016 race that have implications going forward. here are three… you can see all three if you click here. posted at 2:43 pm | post a comment | link to this post what to watch on election night the 74 has a nice round up of education issues to watch around the country. they will also be live blogging key education issues and races, including state races, all night and into wednesday. and you can cut through the noise. clinton is ahead based on the overall polling of the race, but as any horse player will tell you a horse with a one in three chance does win sometimes. but forget early exits, polls, or the hype or panic from one side or the other. just watch how clinton and trump perform in florida, north carolina, virginia, pennsylvania, and new hampshire and you’ll get a pretty good sense of what kind of night it will be. spoiler alert, if trump doesn’t win florida it’s basically over and if jon ralston is right about this and hispanic turnout either in nevada or more generally, it’s probably cooked for him, too, and a significant moment for the country. on the other hand, it’s 2016 and it’s been unpredictable to an unusual extent. so, along with those states and their exits the comstock – bennett race in virginia, where polls close early, is a good barometer for just how imperiled trump is among educated white voters who are pivotal in this year’s race given trump’s strategy. the gottheimer – garrett race in new jersey is another good and early one to watch for a sense of where things are. here are a few education votes, from east to west, that are worth watching, are entertaining, or both: the massachusetts charter question has big stakes. most immediately for kids in that state who need better school options. but more generally. if a state with the kind of performance that massachusetts has turned in can’t raise its cap on charters to allow more for urban students, then charter advocates have to dramatically rethink their political strategy. the georgia achievement district vote will be influenced by the national contest but will also say something about the appetite of voters for aggressive education reform right now. the indiana state superintendent’s race doesn’t have huge national stakes but is certainly a fun one to watch given the absolutely bonkers education politics there. the montana congressional race featuring the state superintendent denise juneau as a candidate does have real national implications. she will immediately emerge as a voice in education in congress if she wins (and be the first american indian woman in that body). and if she loses the nea is pushing her hard for a prominent education role in a clinton administration. the california bilingual referendum is interesting. the old bilingual system in california produced atrocious outcomes and was an adult protection racket. parents want more multilingual options and bilingual advocates have deftly stepped into that slipstream. but can this initiative produce those options without bringing back the worst of the old system? there are some other issues and some tax and funding issues, the 74 has them for you. posted at 8:30 am | post a comment | link to this post edujob @nasbe project director: teaching, leading, and learning policy want to work with state board of education members as they make policy? here’s a project director role at nasbe: nasbe seeks a talented, dynamic, and experienced project director to work as a collaborative team member to administer a portfolio of grants and projects in the areas of leadership development, effective teaching, and deeper learning as part of the center for college, career, and civic readiness.  the primary function of the center is to help state boards of education prepare all students for postsecondary success through effective and impactful policy making and implementation. you can learn more and apply here. posted at 7:30 am | post a comment | link to this post november 7, 2016 edujob: ceo renew schools in new orleans  here’s an edujob in one of america’s great cities: renew is driven by its mission to ensure that students are academically and emotionally prepared to access the full range of life choices that are the fundamental right of every child in the city. focused on results, renew uses data to measure progress toward ambitious academic goals, and find solutions to overcome obstacles. renew’s dedicated and talented team collaborates to serve students and assumes shared responsibility for their success. reflective and committed to continuous improvement, renew team members proactively offer and solicit feedback, maximize strengths, develop themselves professionally, and learn from their mistakes to give students the best education possible. they invent, refine, and imagine practices and policies to successfully meet students’ needs, and they establish schools as safe and exciting places of learning. fueled by the promise that all children can learn, team members approach their work with joy and enthusiasm for the impact renew schools can make on the community and in recognition of their students’ achievements. renew schools is proud to operate six distinct schools in new orleans. you can learn more and apply through this link. posted at 4:26 pm | post a comment | link to this post slow news day – a few links, but massachusetts charters a pitched battle! plus, kosar’s navy everyone is holding their breath for tomorrow, refreshing their favorite political sites. not a lot happening. politico looks at the student loan debt relief issue – it’s an important issue by itself and then also illustrative of a range of things that will be caught up in transition between administrations. the times looks at the stakes in massachusetts with the charter referendum. here’s a massachusetts pol explaining their change of views on this issue. and here’s nat malkus in realcleareducation on what’s going on with massachusetts charters. here is a new jersey parent on the lifo suit there. penn on the run from the trumps: recently, huntsman attended a board of trustees meeting, where he ventured a joke: “i remember sitting in this meeting twenty years ago, and the great lament was: we don’t have enough penn people running for politics at the highest level!” kevin kosar now has a boat. does ali fuller need to step up her game? posted at 4:20 pm | post a comment | link to this post november 4, 2016 massachusetts charters on the ballot, virginia transgender case on the docket, child care, reading science, new jersey lifo & school finance, paul quinn goes field to farm, the chiefs on sns, turnarounds, petrilli on campaign finance…headwear, and raccoons, adorable but dangerous! sara mead on child care deserts. not desserts, deserts. this is not an article about sliced apples. more on sns below but do not miss bellwether’s max and chad on the issue here.  do you want the process-oriented argument around administrative authority and the transgender guidance from usdoe? that’s it! the 74 looks at the stakes. in ma here’s a look at question 2, the charter referendum and some of the complicated issues around it. there is not a science of many things in education, for instance a science of how to be a great 10th-grade history teacher. but, there is science around reading. and we ignore it. here’s an interview about some aspects of that. unfortunately, we’ve politicized reading so much – it’s not an overstatement to say there are democratic and republican ways to teach reading and think back to reading first – that the state of play in the field remains poor. and one more time into the breach! a rich curriculum and good teaching and these reading tests sort of take care of themselves… new jersey parents seeking to end last in, first out layoffs there also want to put the brakes on chris christie’s school terrible finance ideas. the state chiefs on supplement not supplant. tennessee senator and help chair alexander likes it! crpe looks at turnarounds and consideration for states in the essa era. ed trust report looks at the perspectives of black teachers. nacps looks at what’s happening with charters where they are dense. new classrooms asks students about tech. mike petrilli wants elizabeth warren to return her union money because of her stance on donations. aaron churchill wants plain language on school finance ballot questions. low odds on both. kudos to cato for an event that really brings together genuinely diverse perspectives on a question. if your event doesn’t feature this much dissonance of viewpoint, ask yourself why. is anyone reading your stuff? paul quinn decided to ditch football and open a farm instead. this is a very fine item. this raccoon was implicated in a shooting. posted at 10:52 am | post a comment | link to this post november 2, 2016 on charters, nevermind the evidence! dr. ravitch on pain meds, trump’s nea support, edtpa, risk and school innovation, shelton on personalized’s promise, talent, discipline, warm showers… phillip burgoyne-allen on graduation rates and learning. bellwether kids in their halloween costumes. here’s what education’s leading intellectuals are up to these days. diane ravitch: oxycontin has made the sackler family of connecticut very rich. forbes says they have a net worth of $15 billion. a fortune built on death and ruined lives. pharmacists have been murdered by opiod addicts in search of the pills. jonathan sackler is a major donor to the charter movement. he launched conncan and 50can to sell privatization. killing public schools too. ok. reasonable people can disagree about charter policy. charter supporters disagree about charter policy. here at bellwether we disagree about charter policy. but that’s all pretty irrelevant in this instance. in writing this i have to assume ravitch, and i’m glad for this, has never seen someone fighting serious pain close up? opioid addiction is a huge problem but so is pain management and poor pain management for seriously ill people. so forget the charter politics or the hyperbole, this is just offensive on a human level. here’s the beginning of a pretty revealing education op-ed: some charter schools do an excellent job with the students they enroll. many come up with better test scores than do their public counterparts. it does not mitigate the victories these schools may have achieved to state the clear and simple fact that, on average nationwide, charter schools are not running circles around the public schools that serve the vast majority of children. some do better. some do worse. some have been consistent disappointments. the pattern here in massachusetts may, for now, appear to be a rare exception to the norm, but as charter schools proliferate, their record seems to be increasingly uneven. in other words, charters in massachusetts are really good – this is something basically everyone agrees on and the evidence convincingly supports – but because some other states have a mixed record kids in massachusetts shouldn’t have more of them. there are then hundreds more words about charters elsewhere and adult politics. also in ma, senator sanders (i-vt) comes out against the charter cap raise there: “wall street must not be allowed to hijack public education in massachusetts,” sanders said in a statement. “this is wall street’s attempt to line their own pockets while draining resources away from public education at the expense of low-income, special education students and english language learners.” there are plenty of reasons to be for or against charter schools but wall street really has nothing to do with it. more generally, this seems like a pretty suburban populism. if you care about social mobility and inequality then how can you be against schools with results like this (pdf) for urban students in massachusetts? and here’s richard whitmire on the denver charter model and its promise – and what it takes. this noah smith column on risk and entrepreneurialism has an interesting education parallel. when you talk to mid-career educators, teachers, administrators, superintendents, you at times hear a desire to start or join new things but a reticence because of the realities of life for most people – mortgages, pension contributions and participation timelines, college costs on the horizon, and other mundane but important considerations for most people at that point in life. i certainly wouldn’t want to over-romanticize it and say there are thousands of don shalveys or jamar mckneelys just waiting out there. but there are certainly dozens, if not hundreds, and the multiplier effect from even those numbers would be substantial. but a risk aversion that may not make sense to someone in silicon valley but resonates with most americans understandably impacts their decision-making. this issue is even more compounded for educators from lower income backgrounds, obviously. perverse incentives abound but it seems like an issue philanthropy could help tackle. lifo lawsuit filed in new jersey. will personalized learning ameliorate or exacerbate equity issues? here’s jim shelton of czi with the positive case. here’s an old story made new: teacher tests tend to have disparate impact issues. the new and vaunted edtpa is a teacher test. the new edtpa has disparate impact issues. and here’s an interesting item on support for trump within the nea. teacher talent pipelines in az with an assist from the chamber of commerce. teacher race and discipline from ed next. seriously, who doesn’t enjoy wood fired showers? posted at 11:56 am | 1 comment | link to this post october 31, 2016 dog stories, campus climate, mass charter parents, essa accountability, cs pipeline, richmond schools, and more! here are two dog stories. ehlena, a child with cerebral palsy and her service dog, wonder, navigate the school day together. wonder, who ehlena got after friends and family raised money, is quite a dog according to npr: wonder was trained to hit handicapped buttons for her, to open and close doors, to pick up items she dropped, and perhaps most importantly, to stabilize her so that she could make transfers from a chair to a walker, or from a walker to a toilet seat. and, not surprisingly with skills like those, wonder is pretty popular at school: he went to class with ehlena and to lunch. he was in the staff section of the yearbook. he had his own id card. he was in the class picture. and, says ehlena’s mother, the relationship between dog and kid was integrated into the school seamlessly. but here’s a similar situation in a different school district with a special-needs child and a service dog: the dog was not permitted to sit with [the child] in class or to go with her to the lunchroom. [the family] were even required to demonstrate a toilet transfer with adults from the school watching, an experience that [the parent] says was devastating and traumatic for her daughter. after the 30-day trial, the school returned to its no-dog policy. although [the dog] is a hypoallergenic breed, the school said among other things that two children and one teacher were allergic to dogs, and that one child had a dog phobia because he had previously been attacked by a dog. ok, perhaps not everyone is a dog person? actually, as you can no doubt tell, they are the same dog story. same child. same dog. the supreme court will hear arguments in this case today (link goes to a great mark walsh scene setter). the issue turns on what actions parents can bring under federal disabilities statutes and where the individuals with disabilities act and state processes fit into that scheme. that’s a legal question that reasonable people can disagree about especially in the context of the litigation-heavy idea. but the underlying facts and that ethos might be more important in the long run for public education. there are a lot of districts like that second one and they turn parents who could be allies into adversaries. we might ask why? (by the way, it takes cases a while to find their way to the high court, in case you’re wondering wonder is now apparently enjoying retirement though he will be at the court today). erika christakis, the early childhood expert and former yale professor speaks out – on the eve of halloween of course – about her experience at yale last year. “i don’t wish to trivialize genuine concerns about cultural and personal representation,” i wrote, in part. “i know that many decent people have proposed guidelines on halloween costumes from a spirit of avoiding hurt and offense. i laud those goals, in theory, as most of us do. but in practice, i wonder if we should reflect more transparently, as a community, on the consequences of an institutional (which is to say: bureaucratic and administrative) exercise of implied control over college students.” some called my email tone-deaf or even racist, but it came from a conviction that young people are more capable than we realize and that the growing tendency to cultivate vulnerability in students carries unacknowledged costs. there is a lively debate about this idea. i was at a dinner recently with faculty and students of a prominent east coast school and a student affairs dean made the point that declining participation in formal student activities on their campus owes in part to a culture where the 3.3 student who does a bunch of activities feels like they are losing out to the 3.9 student who just keeps their head down and focuses on grades. it’s an interesting point and a real one for some post-graduate paths. so i wonder if what christakis is talking about is another cost, a lot of students just want to keep their heads down because they feel less agency in today’s statist climate regardless of what they think about the various issues? whitmire on massachusetts charter parents: barbara madeloni, president of the massachusetts teachers association, takes a more philosophical approach to wait-listed parents. rather than denying that there are thousands of parents on those lists, she suggested in a radio interview that those parents need to sacrifice their personal desires for what she sees as a greater good: high-performing traditional public schools in all neighborhoods. “i would ask that person to join us in thinking beyond just your child,” said madeloni in an interview on wbur’s radio bostonshow. “we are stronger as a community when we think beyond our circle. … as a community together, are we going to be interested in the common good, or are we going to be invested in our individual needs? this is basically the debate. except it’s not in practice. that’s because the charter parents and want-to-be charter parents aren’t stupid. they get that parents with means have already exited. those parents live in places they can afford to live with good public schools or they send their kid to private options. so they – the people who most need good public schools as a matter of social mobility and opportunity for their kids but can’t move to a tony neighborhood or pay for a private school – are being asked to ‘think beyond their circle’ when no one else is. maybe flip that on its head and ask all the comfortable suburban voters who are against creating more charter schools for underserved massachusetts kids to think beyond their circle? this paper looks at the 5th indicator for essa accountability systems. first, it should go without saying that 5th indicator is a fantastic band name, especially for a band that had education players in it. the author thinks chronic absenteeism is a place to go. it’s a key indicator – for adults and kids – in terms of climate. google and gallup look at the computer science pipeline. buzzy hettleman on tutoring. james dyke and gerard robinson on the long overdue but hard choices for richmond, virginia schools. jamar mckneely on a nola turnaround. homecoming news: here’s a sweet story. here’s a story that i can’t help but think occasioned a lot of, “honey, who did you say our sculpture is by?” conversations over the weekend. posted at 1:35 pm | 4 comments | link to this post october 28, 2016 the hero america needs… as red ribbon week winds down a parent reflects…not all superheroes wear capes… posted at 1:07 pm | post a comment | link to this post clinton on bullying, john legend on charters, marc tucker on finance scams, teachers and retirement scams, key charter endorsements in massachusetts, conflicting education data in va, mathematica evals, naep, and stoner moms! scroll down this page for a picture of steve mesler with a fish and some open edujobs. hillary clinton released an anti-bullying initiative yesterday. if ever there was an issue that screamed for national attention but local solutions this is it. her plan walks that line. this is an issue that easy to dismiss as hyperbole or kids today are snowflakes but it’s real. the other day i chided the teachers unions for playing and profiting in a part of the financial world that sells people – in this case teachers – suboptimal retirement products. the times revisited the issue and matt levine offers some smart context that argues that maybe what the teachers unions are up to isn’t so bad: if you were on your way to vanguard to buy index funds when [the salesperson for these vehicles] waylaid you, he has moved you from option 1 to option 2, and made you poorer in retirement. if you were on your way to blow your paycheck on lattes at starbucks, he has moved you from option 3 to option 2, and made you richer in retirement. the context is key. it’s a reasonable point in general. sub-optimally saving for retirement is arguably better than not saving at all. but in the case of teachers that’s not the choice. their unions and associations could choose to set up partnerships with vendors who offer the best quality vehicles (the unions have a lot of purchasing power in the marketplace) and eschew ones that are suboptimal or worse. remember, these vendors are paying handsomely for access and endorsements. instead, the unions are putting poor choices in front of their members – and being compensated for it. that’s the bottom line here. oh, and the unions also love to hammer hedge funds and others for having high cost structures. i’ll leave it to you to square that circle. and also remember all this is in the context of a retirement system for teachers that’s pretty broken to start with and hamstrings their retirement saving out of the gate. strong john legend on the naacp charter school moratorium: charter public schools are not the solution to every problem that’s plaguing public education. the naacp is right to raise some questions over the practices of some individual charter schools. there are schools of all models – district, charter, magnet, private – that are failing to educate our kids properly and accountably.  states and districts should hold all of these school types to high standards of accountability. what’s shortsighted about the naacp’s decision is that it’s ignoring the many successful charter schools that are delivering results for many communities. in new york city, third grade charter school students outscored students at district schools in math and in english. charters here are closing the achievement gap between economically disadvantaged black students and their more affluent white peers. the naacp understands that where you live, your skin color, your income level and zip code shouldn’t determine what kind of education you can get in this country but unfortunately, in far too many places, it does. it does seem the naacp situation is a classic two things are true at once situation – and we’ve discussed on this blog how bad the education sector is at dealing with those kinds of issues. not all the concerns the naacp is raising are off-base or unfounded. but a moratorium doesn’t logically follow from them. that piece is politics. speaking of two things being true at once, something i like even less than donald trump and that brand of politics is stifling dissent and speech. this situation with a virginia school board is worth watching. the illiberalism of the right meets the illiberalism of the left. also, the idea that school boards, especially this one!, are non-partisan…well, adorable. also in virgina. here you go through all this work to muddy up the state’s already weak accreditation and accountability system to mask the mediocre performance of a lot of schools. and then all these schools still don’t meet the bar! so frustrating! this is like a company cutting costs to make budget when revenue is down. you can only do so much of that. also on va, shouldn’t the shocking last graf of this article be the lede? speaks volumes about how people think about these issues. by the way, a reasonable person might ask how so many schools can even be succeeding on the accountability system with outcomes like that. but please don’t ask that, it’s rude. david tyack has passed. he was thoughtful. and when your work becomes part of the grammar of schooling, well that’s something. arne duncan comes out strong for ballot measure lifting the charter cap in massachusetts. boston globe editorial board comes out in favor, too: but a goal of an equal, quality education for all continues to elude massachusetts public education. the families affected are those who don’t live in the suburbs, don’t have the resources to shop for the best school district, and haven’t been lucky enough to win the lottery for a seat at the state’s existing charter schools. charter schools exist because all parents deserve the same thing for their children: enough choices to ensure their kids get a quality education. the vote there looks to be tightening some. marc tucker on the contextual issues here: the root cause of the enormous and shocking difference in performance between connecticut’s inner cities and its wealthy suburbs is the local control of education finance.  it is this system of education finance that is responsible for the housing segregation that produces in turn the social class and racial segregation underlying the enormous disparities in student performance that outraged judge moukawsher.  the solution—easy to say but very hard to implement for political reasons—is an approach to the financing of local schools in which the state would collect the funds for the schools with a statewide tax and distribute those funds to each school based on student need, not local property wealth.  that is how school finance works in most of the top-performing countries. and it is the system we need, but, while we are waiting, maybe we should take another look at ruth batson’s rather practical idea. mathematica’s rtt evaluation is out. something for everyone in here. new naep data – something here for everyone, too. also, newly released and  quite interesting mathematica analysis of teacher effectiveness.* juneau – zinke mt race poll. stoner moms. *disclosure: i was on the advisory board. posted at 11:14 am | 1 comment | link to this post friday fish porn: bull session with steve mesler steve mesler is, among other things, a bellwether author, three-time olympian, member of the u.s. olympic committee, an olympic gold medalist, and founder of classroom champions (it’s entirely possible he doesn’t introduce himself in that order very much). he can also fish. here he is earlier this month in alberta with a bull trout. bull trout, an aggressive hard fighting fish, are threatened in the u.s. and an illegal target species in a lot of places. but in remote western canada it’s a different story and big fun. mesler is hardly the only education personality who fishes. here are pictures of hundreds of education types since 2006 showcasing their angling adventures. posted at 8:30 am | post a comment | link to this post october 27, 2016 edujob: director, nashville rise here’s an edujob in nashville! nashville rise, a program of project renaissance, seeks to educate and empower parents and community members to advocate for high quality public schools. we envision a nashville where all children receive the schooling and support they need to live successful, fulfilling lives. we pursue our vision by educating and empowering parents, educators, and community to influence, support, and hold accountable our city’s educational leadership. we also support our network to work with community and leaders to implement policies that put students first. you can learn more about the role and apply via this link. posted at 2:00 pm | 1 comment | link to this post edujob: einhorn family charitable trust here’s an edujob in philanthropy director organizational learning and impact: efct purposefully engages a select number of high-performing nonprofit partners and makes large, long-term investments with a hands-on, relationship-based approach.  the trust works proactively and in close collaboration with each partner grantee, acting as strategic thought-partners, providing assistance and support, as well as networking across and beyond its portfolio to achieve impact. efct seeks an experienced and creative individual to build upon and deepen its strong foundation in organizational learning and impact measurement. this is an exciting opportunity for an innovative professional with a passion for continuous learning, data-driven decision-making, and social impact. in addition to working with the trust’s partners on increasing their impact, this person will collaborate with the efct team on its internal tracking systems, identifying opportunities for growth, scale and improvement. learn more and be considered via this link. posted at 8:30 am | post a comment | link to this post october 26, 2016 pianta on teacher prep regs, 16 ideas, charter book, charter data, charter arguments, college choice. plus crime scenes. just a reminder, you can always find me on twitter with education content and various other things.  did you see this 16 ideas for education policy? from food to blockchain, charters, hiring, alt schools, and pre-k. and more! very solid new book on charter schools, what’s worked, what’s not working, and what do we know? max eden on the charter debate in massachusetts. and charter school demographic data. bob pianta, dean of the curry school of education at uva*, on the new teacher prep regulations: recently u.s. secretary of education john king announced the department’s new regulations for a teacher preparation program accountability system. this is the department’s final rule concerning the federal role in regulating teacher preparation under title ii of the higher education act, with provisions very similar to prior versions. on cue, randi weingarten, president of the american federation of teachers, rejected the rules out of hand. will other professional groups, also opposed to prior version of these regulations, break ranks and stand down from obstructing requirements that student learning be an outcome for which teacher preparation programs should be held accountable? instead, will they stand up and lead the profession, to ensure these regulations are implemented with rigor? if both major teachers’ unions and the association of colleges of teacher education again line up in opposition, painting these as another instance of over-valuing high stakes testing, they will have secured their position as obstructing the long-term improvement of the profession they claim to represent. interesting look at young people on the cusp of big decisions. broader frame than you often see on these pieces – not everyone is choosing between amherst, yale, and princeton… plan your crime spree now. *i am on the board and teach there. posted at 12:01 pm | post a comment | link to this post october 25, 2016 teacher prep, teacher data, teacher retirement! thanks goldstein! education politics, charters, student privacy, mt politics with national implications, latino supt’s, and more. plus finland! michael goldstein did a great job here guestblogging last week, he went wild, scroll below to see all that. last week bellwether released a new analysis on teacher prep (pdf).  ashley mitchel and i looked at the new regulations in u.s. news. more from mitchel on this here. chad aldeman on why education advocates have to care about pensions, too. here’s aldeman on retention/turnover data for teachers and why it’s often a confused conversation. chad’s also been on the teacher shortage data lately and why some of the analytic perspectives on that issue have methods problems. that doesn’t mean there are not shortages, rather that it’s not an overall problem but instead concentrated by subject and geography. that matters in terms of getting the policy remedies right. marilyn rhames wants change, not your job. here’s a quick primer on the education landscape. la school report, a media property of the 74, is now publishing in spanish. the letters responding to the recent times editorial on the teacher prep regs are a great caricature. except they’re real. don’t miss them: nctq is awful. finland! teacher bashing! finland! best and brightest. salaries. sober reasoned james cibulka take. finland! the times looks at a popular retirement scam that preys on teachers – optional high fee retirement vehicles.  so here’s the deal: teachers get pension plans that most won’t ever fully qualify for (pdf), 40 percent of teachers are not covered by social security, and then for good measure they get peddled these lousy investment options. but this doesn’t happen by accident, buried at the bottom of the times’ account: the new jersey teachers also turned to their local union for help, hoping they could find a better program to put their money in. the union representative recommended a sales agent affiliated with the retirement program run by the national education association, a union with three million members. but the union’s products weren’t much different from what the teachers already had. the n.e.a.’s member benefits group, a subsidiary, exclusively endorses a set of products from security benefit, a financial services company with nearly $32 billion in total assets that creates fixed and variable annuities and offers mutual funds. (the union’s program for teachers receives at least $2.7 million from security benefit each year, according to regulatory filings, which it said it paid to operate the program.) the products include an array of mutual funds, various annuities — and one lower-cost option in which investors can choose inexpensive index funds without a broker’s assistance. but most new money from school employees is invested in the mutual funds sold by brokers, according to gary phoebus, chief executive of n.e.a. member benefits. fees in that program range from 0.35 to 1.25 percent. but that doesn’t include another layer of expenses for the underlying investments, which run from 0.59 to 2.11 percent, according to security benefit, and in some cases additional sales or surrender charges for comparison, total costs at a typical large 401(k) generally fall under 0.5 percent. mr. phoebus defended the program, saying it offered a wide variety of options “to meet the diverse needs and comfort levels of members.” the goal, he explained, was to balance fees while providing access to advice. however, some employees of the union itself, as opposed to its subsidiary, do receive a better deal. many are offered a 401(k) retirement planmanaged by vanguard, a mutual fund company known for its low costs. a lot going on in this george packer look at hillary clinton and today’s populist mood but two passages are key to education: hillary clinton spoke of the limits of an “educationalist” mind-set, which she called a “peculiar form of élitism.” educationalists, she noted, say they “want to lift everybody up”—they “don’t want to tell anybody that they can’t go as high as their ambition will take them.” the problem was that “we’re going to have a lot of jobs in this economy” that require blue-collar skills, not b.a.s. “we need to do something that is really important, and this is to just go right after the denigration of jobs and skills that are not college-connected.” a four-year degree isn’t for everyone, she said; vocational education should be brought back to high schools. she’s right, of course. but although there is an important social mobility aspect to this for low-income students overall it’s less an issue of “as high” than just figuring out what you want to do. there are lots of fulfilling and economically viable ways to make a living. but, because at 18, or younger, we don’t really know who can do what or who even really wants to do what, the ground here is tricky. if you’re going to err in policy is it better to err on the side of  ’you can go as high as you want’ or is better to err on the side of ‘you can’t?’ the cheap answer is “both.” but that’s not how it works in practice and policy will drive practice. the moral superiority of élites comes cheap. recently, murray has done demographic research on “super zips”—the zip codes of the most privileged residents of new york, washington, san francisco, and los angeles. “super zips are integrated in only one way—asians,” he said. “blacks and latinos are about as scarce in the super zips as they were in the nineteen-fifties.” multiethnic america, with its tensions and resentments, poses no problem for élites, who can buy their way out. “this translates into a whole variety of liberal positions”—murray mentioned being pro-immigration and anti-school choice—“in which the élite has not borne any of the costs.” the lack of school choice among those who exercise it through their choice of where to live (if not actual school choice via private schools) seems a stunning feature of our politics. it wasn’t always like this, in the 60s many on the left were for school choice for this exact reason. once it became associated with milton friedman and markets the political bottom fell out and is still not really there today as we’re seeing in massachusetts and its charter referendum as well as the more general politics of charter schools. gerard robinson on education for the incarcerated. helicopter parenting interrupted. nasbe looks at school surveillance and privacy. brookings analysis on charters and segregation. dfer on charter schools. kansas school finance not getting any easier. latino supt’s in texas. the denise juneau race in montana will impact education policy whether she wins or loses. here’s a poll on parents and tech.  interesting article on fly fishing, criminal defense, and the good and bad of informal bonds. this guy is dressed like a tree. posted at 2:07 pm | 1 comment | link to this post october 24, 2016 edujob: communications intern @bellwethered we’re hiring a communications intern. great chance to work with our fantastic communications manager as we try to explain to people what the hell it is that we do! posted at 3:28 pm | post a comment | link to this post october 21, 2016 implementation versus idea guest blogger mike goldstein writes: 1. rick hess once wrote “life is an implementation problem.” yes, it’s true some strategies/ideas are better than others.  but what’s universally (okay, mostly) true is all advocates — whether for curricula like core knowledge or success for all, pedagogy like project-based learning or doug lemov’s taxonomy, expenditures/time whether universal pre-k or longer school days, governance efforts like choice or socioeconomic integration, teacher residencies or peer evaluation — would say “yes, bad execution would kill x instance of this idea i cherish.” i’m not sure i agree anymore.  i now wonder if anything less than excellent execution “works. what if….even pretty good implementation of a good idea is not enough to help many kids? 2. my favorite intervention i like high-dosage tutoring, as described here in ed next. because the team at saga innovations has had such incredible results in the chicago public schools (and elsewhere), brookings released a thoughtful paper calling for a massive expansion of the work (also see matt kraft here). “specifically, we propose that all school districts receiving schoolwide title i funds provide individualized daily tutorials to all third through tenth grade students who are at least two grades behind grade level in math.” some years ago, i would have kvelled!  scaling an idea i love. now, i wonder. saga’s alan, antonio, ashley….they execute magnificently.  but alan and i tracked a counterexample as well.  it turned out, at the same time he launched the chicago work with the district, an unrelated, similar effort was launched by a chicago charter network.  it lasted a year before dying.  they just didn’t get the details right.  we know of other similar stories.  you assuredly do as well. it reminds me of bill belichick.  his ideas work!  when he does them.  in an organization that embraces them whole-heartedly. but when his assistant coaches try those ideas elsewhere, with an inherited base of players, scouts, owners, and other staff that do not fully buy-in, it hasn’t worked so well. high-dosage tutoring remains my favorite intervention (trying a version now with older kids helping younger kids), but i increasingly believe it’s like….all the other interventions, where even “decent” implementation doesn’t help kids. 3. where does that leave us? it’s obvious that almost any strategy is a waste of time if buy-in is, say, 3 out of 10. but, more provocatively, is that true if buy-in is, say, 6 out of 10? if so, two thoughts. a. upfront is the best way to secure buy-in.  if you’re going to do a particular pedagogy, best to surface during application process, freeing teachers to choose to apply (or not). b. qualitative feedback loops become more important.  you need to expect process failure (instead of hoping for the best), then invest heavily in daily tinkering.  you can win over many practical educators by attending to little details, and steadily pushing the implementation rock up the mountain.  but, perhaps, only if your starting point is that you need to fail fast, even with a favorite, “research-proven” idea. posted at 5:00 pm | 1 comment | link to this post « previous entries about eduwonk & bellwether about eduwonk about bellwether education partners about andrew rotherham realcleareducation ahead of the heard follow eduwonk tweets by @arotherham search eduwonk.com archives select month december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 february 2010 january 2010 december 2009 november 2009 october 2009 september 2009 august 2009 july 2009 june 2009 may 2009 april 2009 march 2009 february 2009 january 2009 december 2008 november 2008 october 2008 september 2008 august 2008 july 2008 june 2008 may 2008 april 2008 march 2008 february 2008 january 2008 december 2007 november 2007 october 2007 september 2007 august 2007 july 2007 june 2007 may 2007 april 2007 march 2007 february 2007 january 2007 december 2006 november 2006 october 2006 september 2006 august 2006 july 2006 june 2006 may 2006 april 2006 march 2006 february 2006 january 2006 december 2005 november 2005 october 2005 september 2005 august 2005 july 2005 june 2005 may 2005 april 2005 march 2005 february 2005 january 2005 december 2004 november 2004 october 2004 september 2004 august 2004 july 2004 june 2004 may 2004 april 2004 recent reader comments richard docc on betsy devos – ed sec designeesandy kress on trump, devos, whiteboard insiders on devos, choice and accountability. plus: steve fleishman with the eduwonkiest non-eduwonk post ever, wisconsin news and ravitch could have stopped trump and chose not to! 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