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transgender guidance and the administrative state, pensions, devos, and personalized learning on the march, voucher goal posts, flores’ campaign, and did education activists go to the mat on the wrong trump official? happy birthday smith – hughes. susan tedeschi education trivia contest! and much more!
five things to keep in mind about the transgender bathroom debate
public lands & guns
devos and transgender bathroom policy, plus rural and pensions!
devos, it’s always devos, plus bellwether on rural education, daca policy, teacher mobility, mastery, labor’s fortunes, arnold’s fortune, charter growth, ed politics, and more! plus raccoon rides and old books
edujobs at bellwether
kaplan, rayner and devos! plus bracy on daca, shoales on eval, david d on essa, and kane, dynarksi, robinson, and more! bar office hours plus bail news, too.
devos politics, alex hernandez on what now? education reform in vogue, il public finance, direct student services, parcc questions, sam gleaves and more!
edujob: program associate at dfer in dc
sig, spending, and lawrence ma! your future wind turbine job will have great views! ed politics & barricading devos. cooney on early stem. anyone who can afford to read this blog is welcome here! plus more!
edujob @ fordham institute
head start, devos in the hot seat and devos debate, what’s next for labor? petrilli v. ladner…on nannies! charter school enrollment up, texas reform down? edsall on integration, scholastic on reading, friedrichs 2.0, first amendment, school finance in the family, and more!
is president trump’s education agenda at odds with his rural base? plus teacher evals, devos theater, pondiscio, scotus prospects, john kent cooke. and more!
friday fish porn – well not really, at all.
6 inconvenient devos truths
edujob: team leader/program director, character and k12 education program @ kern family foundation
gorsuch on education, pennington on evals, pensions, bellwether analysis, kipp surveys, and more!
devos to the floor, food and pensions, aldeman on pensions, child find in the devos era?
immigration executive order and what it might mean for education and dreamers, rhames on race, and match beyond. bonus: pirates!
gary busey in the devos debate! plus mead on choice, aldeman on choice and pensions, c4c on daca, college champions, microaggressions, hess on race and education, teaching quality on campus, buses! more!
devos debate! plus michigan ed facts, robson on zip codes plus, tim daly deals floor mats, title ix and sexual assault, harvard’s money, nctq and fordham’s reports, plus more!
betsy devos, daca, teachers unions, pensions, and twinkies! plus blm, michigan edu, and more!
michigan education facts!
more devos, bears, guns, and sig policy! aldeman on obama’s ed legacy, whitmire on politics, higher ed, spellings strategy, plus 50can fellowships, springsteen set lists, kristen stewart is whip smart, and more!
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u.s. news: put kids first
devos hearing recap
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transgender guidance and the administrative state, pensions, devos, and personalized learning on the march, voucher goal posts, flores’ campaign, and did education activists go to the mat on the wrong trump official? happy birthday smith – hughes. susan tedeschi education trivia contest! and much more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/transgender-guidance-and-the-administrative-state-pensions-devos-and-personalized-learning-on-the-march-voucher-goal-posts-flores-campaign-and-did-education-activists-go-to-the-mat-on-the-wron.html
usn looking at the transgender bathroom guidance issue. https://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-02-23/behind-trumps-decision-to-rescind-protections-for-transgender-students
public lands, gun, democrats, rural voters, and hook and bullet voters in a usn column.  https://www.usnews.com/opinion/thomas-jefferson-street/articles/2017-02-23/public-lands-offer-democrats-a-chance-to-woo-rural-gun-owners
as being about dismantling the administrative state. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/top-wh-strategist-vows-a-daily-fight-for-deconstruction-of-the-administrative-state/2017/02/23/03f6b8da-f9ea-11e6-bf01-d47f8cf9b643_story.html
or as kevin kosar might say, make congress great again https://twitter.com/arotherham/status/834040640090542080
on betsy devos and accountability http://aheadoftheheard.org/four-problems-with-betsy-devos-possible-vision-of-school-accountability/
took a hit from her bruising confirmation process https://morningconsult.com/2017/02/21/confirmation-process-takes-toll-devos-popularity/
keep an eye on that issue. http://www.teacherpensions.org/blog/myths-and-realities-about-iowa’s-teacher-pension-plan
says the nea is going full-ostrich on pensions. http://www.teacherpensions.org/blog/nea-continues-bury-its-head-sand-teacher-pension-realities
on light touch assessment. https://www.edsurge.com/news/2017-02-19-the-road-to-invisible-assessment
talks with students about their views post-election http://www.act.org/content/dam/act/unsecured/documents/the-next-generation-of-voters.pdf
matt barnum is a national treasure https://www.the74million.org/article/study-weakening-tenure-in-louisiana-may-have-caused-thousands-of-teachers-to-quit
yolie flores is running for congress. https://www.the74million.org/article/the-74-interview-la-education-activist-yolie-flores-on-schools-politics-and-why-shes-running-for-congress
education activists have fought sessions harder than devos? http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaign-k-12/2017/02/democrats_fighting_betsy_devos_other_nominees.html
in special education rights http://richmondfreepress.com/news/2017/feb/23/trespassing-charge-dismissed-against-education-adv/
this could make a nifty 5th indicator. http://www.npr.org/2017/02/21/510554718/adulting-school-teaches-young-adults-grown-up-skills
they may be leaning toward the former. http://www.politico.com/story/2017/02/trump-schools-tax-credit-public-private-235228
there are so many reasons that title i portability is a lousy policy idea https://www.brookings.edu/research/what-title-i-portability-would-mean-for-the-distribution-of-federal-education-aid/
voucher proponents are moving the goal posts https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/23/upshot/dismal-results-from-vouchers-surprise-researchers-as-devos-era-begins.html
now iowa http://iowapublicradio.org/post/supporting-private-schools-iowa-next-agenda-item-koch-brothers-funded-group#stream/0
personalized learning going big in ri. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/digitaleducation/2017/02/rhode_island_personalized_learning.html
is not pulling punches on trump: http://dailytexanonline.com/2017/02/22/mcraven-backs-journalists-stresses-value-of-communication-in-moody-talk
quotas a good idea in higher education? https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-02-22/how-not-to-address-liberal-bias-in-academia
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/transgender-guidance-and-the-administrative-state-pensions-devos-and-personalized-learning-on-the-march-voucher-goal-posts-flores-campaign-and-did-education-activists-go-to-the-mat-on-the-wron.html#respond
five things to keep in mind about the transgender bathroom debate http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/five-things-to-keep-in-mind-about-the-transgender-bathroom-debate.html
i take a look at what’s going on around the bathroom debate in u.s. news & world report today https://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-02-23/behind-trumps-decision-to-rescind-protections-for-transgender-students
you can read all five here via usn. https://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-02-23/behind-trumps-decision-to-rescind-protections-for-transgender-students
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/five-things-to-keep-in-mind-about-the-transgender-bathroom-debate.html#respond
public lands & guns http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/19993.html
u.s. news & world report i take a look at the skirmishes over public land access and the political opportunity they offer democrats among hook and bullet voters https://www.usnews.com/opinion/thomas-jefferson-street/articles/2017-02-23/public-lands-offer-democrats-a-chance-to-woo-rural-gun-owners
was pulled by its sponsor https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/02/02/facing-backlash-utah-rep-jason-chaffetz-withdraws-bill-to-transfer-federal-land-to-the-states/
you can read the whole thing here https://www.usnews.com/opinion/thomas-jefferson-street/articles/2017-02-23/public-lands-offer-democrats-a-chance-to-woo-rural-gun-owners
tell me on twitter https://twitter.com/arotherham
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devos and transgender bathroom policy, plus rural and pensions! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/devos-and-transgender-bathroom-policy-plus-rural-and-pensions.html
rollback the obama administration expansion of title ix in the transgender bathroom issue https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/21/us/politics/transgender-students-trump-obama.html
surrounding the executive action and the court cases that are sorting out this contentious issue https://www.the74million.org/article/obama-era-protections-for-transgender-students-to-be-revoked-gavin-grimm-supreme-court-case-at-risk
not on board but isn’t going to resign over it. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/22/us/politics/devos-sessions-transgender-students-rights.html
bellwether spent some time in oklahoma listening to education stakeholders there. http://bellwethereducation.org/publication/voices-rural-oklahoma-wheres-education-headed-plain
look at pension debt http://www.nctq.org/dmsstage/lifting_the_pension_fog
more on all that here http://www.teacherpensions.org
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/devos-and-transgender-bathroom-policy-plus-rural-and-pensions.html#respond
devos, it’s always devos, plus bellwether on rural education, daca policy, teacher mobility, mastery, labor’s fortunes, arnold’s fortune, charter growth, ed politics, and more! plus raccoon rides and old books http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/devos-its-always-devos-plus-bellwether-on-rural-education-daca-policy-teacher-mobility-mastery-labors-fortunes-arnolds-fortune-charter-growth-ed-politics-and-more-plus-raccoon-rides-a.html
did a set of interviews and focus groups about rural education in oklahoma with stakeholders there http://bellwethereducation.org/publication/voices-rural-oklahoma-wheres-education-headed-plain
state media here. http://www.tulsaworld.com/homepagelatest/rural-oklahoma-schools-feeling-especially-challenged-by-budget-crunch/article_fd590622-34f9-59dc-bdf5-534a1a670419.html
real life from bitter southerner: http://bittersoutherner.com/conditional-love-southern-lgbtq-youth
will include a cut out to protect daca students. http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/21/politics/dhs-immigration-guidance-detentions/index.html
that from all over the political spectrum https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/mr-president-dont-break-americas-promise-to-dreamers/2017/02/21/45a34972-f857-11e6-bf01-d47f8cf9b643_story.html
takes a look at teacher certification and geographically mobile teachers https://www.the74million.org/article/the-certification-maze-why-teachers-who-cross-state-lines-cant-find-their-way-back-to-the-classroom
a really interesting and don’t miss look at mastery in philadelphia https://www.the74million.org/article/at-philadelphias-mastery-charter-network-culture-is-key-to-turning-around-failing-schools
and it, of course, set of a firestorm https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/19/us/politics/betsy-devos-education.html
we recently discussed briefly http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/head-start-devos-in-the-hot-seat-and-devos-debate-whats-next-for-labor-petrilli-v-ladner-on-nannies-charter-school-enrollment-up-texas-reform-down-edsall-on-integration-scholastic-on-readi.html
here’s another look at the machinations within organized labor https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/17/business/economy/trump-labor-unions.html
echoed mr. trump’s call http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/09/att-union-votes-to-strike-invoking-trump-jobs-pledge/
a.f.l.-c.i.o. http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/organizations/a/american_federation_of_laborcongress_of_industrial_organizations/index.html?inline=nyt-org
robin lake on charter growth. http://www.crpe.org/thelens/charter-school-growth-flat-lining
win for washington charters http://www.king5.com/news/education/states-2016-charter-school-act-is-constitutional-judge-rules/409440828
respond to kane http://educationnext.org/three-features-we-hope-to-see-in-future-education-research/
john arnold profile https://www.wired.com/2017/01/john-arnold-waging-war-on-bad-science/
on the coming edu debate. http://sandykress.weebly.com/blog/-godzilla-meets-king-kong-in-a-monstrous-edu-battle
with online preschool? http://hechingerreport.org/whats-the-bottom-line-on-online-preschool/
in elections have consequences: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/20/business/for-profit-education-trump-devos.html
for-profit college http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/subjects/f/forprofit_schools/index.html?inline=nyt-classifier
new class of pahara next gen fellows http://pahara.org/our-work/nextgen-network-program/our-nextgen-leaders/#spring-2017-nextgen-leaders
song, and dance via the nea foundation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcq0cngz5ag
new homes for old books. http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2017/02/16/leaves-anguish-one-family-quest-shows-challenges-finding-new-homes-for-old-books/amzdrawiiqdodr01vg6cap/story.html
a trash truck riding raccoon https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/local/wp/2017/02/17/raccoon-hitches-a-ride-on-a-virginia-trash-truck-eludes-police/
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/devos-its-always-devos-plus-bellwether-on-rural-education-daca-policy-teacher-mobility-mastery-labors-fortunes-arnolds-fortune-charter-growth-ed-politics-and-more-plus-raccoon-rides-a.html#respond
edujobs at bellwether http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/edujobs-at-bellwether.html
learn more here http://bellwethereducation.org/opportunity/consultant
open roles and more about us here. http://bellwethereducation.org/join-us
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kaplan, rayner and devos! plus bracy on daca, shoales on eval, david d on essa, and kane, dynarksi, robinson, and more! bar office hours plus bail news, too. http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/kaplan-rayner-and-devos-plus-bracey-on-daca-shoales-on-eval-david-d-on-essa-and-kane-dynarksi-robinson-and-more-bar-office-hours-plus-bail-news-too.html
on how to not cause – or to avert – an early childhood education workforce crisis. http://aheadoftheheard.org/three-lessons-for-reforming-state-early-childhood-systems-in-crisis/
on life and life at bellwether. http://aheadoftheheard.org/a-day-in-the-life-bellwether-analyst-andrew-rayner/
conformation reflections with betsy devos https://www.axios.com/what-betsy-devos-wishes-she-said-at-her-confirmation-hearing-2266444767.html
who matters to school policy http://www.npr.org/sections/ed/2017/02/17/506588620/beyond-devos-what-5-key-trump-appointees-could-mean-for-schools
on what’s next on essa regs https://www.edsurge.com/news/2017-02-15-k-12-state-accountability-in-flux-under-proposed-rule-changes-to-essa
bracy on daca https://medium.com/@beccabk/dear-mr-president-dont-deport-our-dreamers-afe3dd7c8754
on patch and mend or transformation? https://www.the74million.org/article/barber-transformation-the-time-is-now
stephen carter column is on bail https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-02-16/bail-reform-is-overdue-but-finally-here
has a plan for education research in the essa era. http://educationnext.org/making-evidence-locally-education-research-every-student-succeeds-act/
looks at the latest voucher research and some questions it raises.  https://www.brookings.edu/research/on-negative-effects-of-vouchers/
on the colorado teacher evaluation bill’s implementation seven years in. http://apluscolorado.org/blog/time-reflect-colorados-teacher-evaluation-system/
compares education secretaries http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-02-16/how-betsy-devos-compares-to-former-education-secretaries
public sector v. private sector unions and politics https://www.the74million.org/article/analysis-was-hillarys-union-support-limited-to-some-of-the-public-sector
annual letter from bill and melinda gates about their foundation’s work https://www.gatesnotes.com/2017-annual-letter
essa playbook from excelined. http://www.excelined.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/essa.playbook.innovations.pdf
on what data states track on post-secondary http://www.achieve.org/state-profiles
office hours in bars are big in texas http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/campus-carry-dissent-austin-bars-provide-10932176.php
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/kaplan-rayner-and-devos-plus-bracey-on-daca-shoales-on-eval-david-d-on-essa-and-kane-dynarksi-robinson-and-more-bar-office-hours-plus-bail-news-too.html#respond
devos politics, alex hernandez on what now? education reform in vogue, il public finance, direct student services, parcc questions, sam gleaves and more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/devos-politics-alex-hernandez-on-what-now-education-reform-in-vogue-il-public-finance-direct-student-services-parcc-questions-sam-gleaves-and-more.html
jon chait gets to the tactical nub of the opposition to betsy devos http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2017/02/why-was-betsy-devos-the-one-nominee-who-provoked-opposition.html
deep dive from louis freedberg https://edsource.org/2017/devos-confirmation-triggered-outpouring-of-support-for-system-of-public-education/576911
says we’re all school choice supporters these days https://www.the74million.org/article/hernandez-devos-should-tell-her-critics-all-kids-deserve-school-choice-just-like-theirs-have
skandera talks new mexico.  https://www.the74million.org/article/74-interview-new-mexico-education-secretary-hanna-skandera-on-how-her-state-is-turning-around-schools
in the transgender bathroom case moving through the courts is shifting. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/11/us/politics/trump-transgender-students-injunction.html
on daca (in teenvogue!).
http://www.teenvogue.com/story/diane-guerrero-shavar-jeffries-daca-oped
kevin carey remembrance of stan jones https://www.insidehighered.com/views/2017/02/10/memoriam-stan-jones
chiefs for change on direct student services http://chiefsforchange.org/policy-paper/3963/
actual parcc test questions you can argue about.  http://parcconline.org/news-and-video/410-parcc-releases-2015-16-high-school-test-items
fingers illinois house speaker mike madigan for the state’s fiscal woes. http://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/usa-illinois-madigan/
sam gleaves and myra morrison https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqdbuqzuua8
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edujob: program associate at dfer in dc http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/edujob-program-associate-at-dfer-in-dc.html
here’s a great edujob at dfer in washington, d.c. http://www.idealist.org/view/job/m3t85swsbcxd/
learn more and how to apply via this link http://www.idealist.org/view/job/m3t85swsbcxd/
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sig, spending, and lawrence ma! your future wind turbine job will have great views! ed politics & barricading devos. cooney on early stem. anyone who can afford to read this blog is welcome here! plus more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/sig-spending-and-lawrence-ma-ed-politics-barricading-devos-cooney-on-early-stem-anyone-who-can-afford-to-read-this-blog-is-welcome-here-plus-more.html
are creating some serious downward pressure on education spending http://www.teacherpensions.org/blog/employee-benefits-consume-increasing-share-district-spending
some context on sig https://www.brookings.edu/research/continued-support-for-improving-the-lowest-performing-schools/
but the door was blocked by protesters http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/dc-parents-teachers-to-protest-devos-middle-school-413364093.html
smart take on the shift in education politics. http://www.chalkbeat.org/posts/us/2017/02/07/cory-booker-vs-cory-booker-two-videos-to-understand-how-the-politics-of-education-are-being-reshaped-in-the-trump-era/
here’s a look at betsy devos and elizabeth warren by michael jonas. http://commonwealthmagazine.org/back-story/devos-selection-roils-reform-sector/
a success story worthy of some attention and jeff riley and others leaders involved at the state level deserve a lot of credit for a good touch. http://www.csmonitor.com/equaled/2017/0206/how-did-lawrence-mass.-turn-its-schools-around-cooperation
just listen to this guy talk about it http://www.wbur.org/hereandnow/2017/01/31/wind-turbine-technician
108 percent growth says the department of labor https://www.bls.gov/ooh/fastest-growing.htm
that growth is really less than 5,000 jobs https://www.bls.gov/ooh/installation-maintenance-and-repair/wind-turbine-technicians.htm
cooney center on starting early on stem.  http://www.joanganzcooneycenter.org/publication/stem-starts-early/
here’s a lede you don’t read every day on an education essay: https://edexcellence.net/articles/from-16-and-pregnant-to-teen-mom-to-30-something-grandma
in any event, this is one of the most unintentionally ironic things i’ve read in a while: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/white-privilege-essay-contest-sparks-controversy-in-ritzy-westport-connecticut/
lexington institute on military students. http://forstudentsuccess.org/report-better-serving-those-who-serve/
“you can have the crown” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4-1csjhrxa
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/sig-spending-and-lawrence-ma-ed-politics-barricading-devos-cooney-on-early-stem-anyone-who-can-afford-to-read-this-blog-is-welcome-here-plus-more.html#respond
edujob @ fordham institute http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/edujob-fordham-institute.html
and they’re hiring https://edexcellence.net/jobs/senior-research-and-policy-associate-research-and-policy-associate
you can learn more and apply via this link. https://edexcellence.net/jobs/senior-research-and-policy-associate-research-and-policy-associate
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head start, devos in the hot seat and devos debate, what’s next for labor? petrilli v. ladner…on nannies! charter school enrollment up, texas reform down? edsall on integration, scholastic on reading, friedrichs 2.0, first amendment, school finance in the family, and more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/head-start-devos-in-the-hot-seat-and-devos-debate-whats-next-for-labor-petrilli-v-ladner-on-nannies-charter-school-enrollment-up-texas-reform-down-edsall-on-integration-scholastic-on-readi.html
new york’s tom carroll on the battle lines in the devos debacle http://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/ed-reformers-abandoned-principles-oppose-devos-article-1.2966566
marnie kaplan / sara mead analysis from bellwether on head start work policies. http://bellwethereducation.org/publication/best-teachers-our-littlest-learners-lessons-head-start’s-last-decade
with more via the 74 https://www.the74million.org/article/marnie-kaplan-sometimes-government-is-the-solution-reauthorizing-head-start-10-years-later
on thinking about compensation practices and organizational diversity. http://aheadoftheheard.org/competitive-compensation-versus-a-diverse-equitable-and-inclusive-organization-do-they-have-to-be-at-odds/
the 74 talked with her about that experience https://www.the74million.org/article/hailly-korman-i-was-a-lawyer-volunteer-at-dulles-airport-when-trumps-immigration-ban-took-effect
74 rounds it up https://www.the74million.org/article/devos-looks-to-reassure-pledging-students-come-first-in-first-speech-to-ed-dept
points for style and humor in a gracious welcome speech at ed yesterday. https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3457234-bdv-ed-department-remarks-2-8-17.html
says she has a steep curve coming. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/do-your-homework-ms-devos/2017/02/08/7204ea86-ddca-11e6-ad42-f3375f271c9c_story.html
on what she may or may not do. http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/02/08/power-betsy-devos-education-secretary/97662132/
local media interview with her. http://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/columnists/ingrid-jacques/2017/02/08/interview-betsy-devos/97672788/
on why we fight and the comforts of familiar war. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/07/opinion/the-comforts-of-the-betsy-devos-war.html?_r=0
defends new secretary of education betsy devos. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/the-character-assassination-of-betsy-devos_us_589a54fee4b0985224db5b78?
actually good policies that demand consideration http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2016-12-05/donald-trump-doesnt-have-to-alienate-democrats-over-school-choice
thoughtful choice proposal https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in-theory/wp/2016/09/06/we-need-more-charter-schools-but-the-debate-cant-end-there/
topping 3 million nationwide. http://www.publiccharters.org/publications/estimated-charter-public-school-enrollment-2016-17
here’s nacsa’s* recent testimony. http://www.qualitycharters.org/2017/01/nacsa-testifies-naacp-charter-school-hearing/
with new data on kids and reading http://www.scholastic.com/readingreport/
edsall on school integration in the trump-era https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/09/opinion/integration-works-can-it-survive-the-trump-era.html
stan jones, longtime hoosier reformer http://www.indystar.com/story/news/2017/02/06/stan-jones-indiana-education-leader-dies/97569002/
sees more trouble ahead in texas http://sandykress.weebly.com/blog/-how-the-legislature-might-further-weaken-education-in-texas
goes all nanny state on charter authorizing! https://edexcellence.net/articles/accountability-to-parents-is-necessary-but-not-sufficient
matt ladner pushes back. https://jaypgreene.com/2017/02/09/parents-to-technocrats-mind-if-i-cut-in/
more on friedrichs 2.0. https://www.the74million.org/article/friedrichs-20-new-lawsuit-by-8-teachers-challenges-mandatory-dues-paid-to-california-union
take on president trump and labor politics. http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/02/trump-building-trades-unions-labor-support-history-republicans-214752
young people and the first amendment https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/07/us/high-school-students-first-amendment.html
de-stressing school.  http://www.dispatch.com/news/20170205/classes-calmer-as-schools-help-kids-reduce-stress
will note what an interesting event this finance discussion should be…. http://www.aei.org/events/school-finance-and-opportunity-the-law-and-the-road-ahead/
child labor laws http://www.theonion.com/article/poll-finds-majority-americans-approve-child-labor--55261
vintage bruce. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3vukboj5su
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is president trump’s education agenda at odds with his rural base? plus teacher evals, devos theater, pondiscio, scotus prospects, john kent cooke. and more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/is-president-trumps-education-agenda-at-odds-with-his-rural-base-plus-teacher-evals-devos-theater-pondiscio-scotus-prospects-john-kent-cooke-and-more.html
sees a disconnect between president trump’s rural political strength and his education policies. http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/02/02/devos-rural-america-school-reform-column/97362016/
with some texture on teacher evaluations and the eval debate.  http://aheadoftheheard.org/teacher-evaluation-reforms-are-dead-long-live-teacher-evaluation-reforms/
via dana goldstein’s first nyt reporting outing: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/03/us/politics/betsy-devos-nominee-education-secretary.html
fight wrapping up today. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/06/us/politics/betsy-devos-democrats-education.html
not our sector’s finest hour. http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/6-inconvenient-devos-truths.html
takes a look at neil gorsuch’s record and possible education implications https://www.the74million.org/article/what-scotus-nominee-neil-gorsuchs-past-rulings-on-education-cases-could-mean-on-the-high-court
but what might be the official friedrichs 2.0 kicked off yesterday. https://www.cir-usa.org/cases/yohn-v-california-teachers-association/
in this vox look at the scotus landscape post-garland. http://www.vox.com/2016/8/22/12484000/supreme-court-liberal-clinton
on race, social justice and education reform https://edexcellence.net/articles/a-reflection-on-race-social-justice-and-education-reform
john kent cooke profile. https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/john-kent-cooke-didnt-get-his-fathers-redskins-he-got-something-better/2017/02/01/b4f28f2a-d2c5-11e6-a783-cd3fa950f2fd_story.html
badass stem projects.  http://www.upi.com/odd_news/2017/02/06/new-york-state-family-builds-backyard-roller-coaster/6981486415745/
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/is-president-trumps-education-agenda-at-odds-with-his-rural-base-plus-teacher-evals-devos-theater-pondiscio-scotus-prospects-john-kent-cooke-and-more.html#respond
friday fish porn – well not really, at all. http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/friday-fish-porn-not-really.html
hundreds of fish pics here though http://www.eduwonk.com/?s=fish+porn
america succeeds http://www.americasucceeds.org/start/
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kosar, over to you… http://www.eduwonk.com/2016/07/friday-fish-porn-kosar-v-fuller-its-on.html
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6 inconvenient devos truths http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/6-inconvenient-devos-truths.html
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edujob: team leader/program director, character and k12 education program @ kern family foundation http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/edujob-team-leaderprogram-director-character-and-k12-education-program-kern-family-foundation.html
interesting and impactful edujob on an important and relevant issue: http://bellwethereducation.org/opportunity/team-leaderprogram-director-character-and-k12-education-program
learn more and learn how to be considered here.  http://bellwethereducation.org/opportunity/team-leaderprogram-director-character-and-k12-education-program
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/edujob-team-leaderprogram-director-character-and-k12-education-program-kern-family-foundation.html#respond
gorsuch on education, pennington on evals, pensions, bellwether analysis, kipp surveys, and more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/gorsuch-on-education-pennington-on-evals-pensions-bellwether-analysis-kipp-surveys-and-more.html
on the recent nctq teacher evaluation report http://aheadoftheheard.org/student-learning-should-matter-for-teacher-evaluation-ratings-but-it-still-doesnt/
pennington and sara mead on evals in their recent bellwether analysis (pdf).  http://bellwethereducation.org/sites/default/files/bellwether_forgoodmeasure-gplh_final1216%20%281%29.pdf
learning landscape is an overall look at american k-12 education and how it works and what it’s doing http://www.thelearninglandscape.org
k-12 education in michigan – and the charter questions in particular (pdf). http://bellwethereducation.org/sites/default/files/mi%20slide%20deck%20finalfinal%20w%20acknowledgements.pdf
overall look at the state of charter schooling in american, successes, problems, and some analysis on what’s next (pdf) http://bellwethereducation.org/sites/default/files/charter%20research%200908%20final.pdf
ed week looks at all that http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/school_law/2017/01/president_trump_names_neil_gorsuch_supreme_court.html
dissented in an interesting case involving discipline of a middle school student http://www.courthousenews.com/2016/07/27/10th-circuit-oks-school-arrest-strip-search.htm
dissent is at the end here and is worth reading https://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/opinions/14/14-2066.pdf
kipp alumni survey http://www.kipp.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/2016-kipp-alumni-survey-results.pdf
pension finance and pension politics. http://www.realclearpolicy.com/articles/2017/02/01/public_pension_crisis_bodes_ill_for_coastal_democrats_110152.html
more complicated than you may have heard https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/30/education/edlife/factory-workers-college-degree-apprenticeships.html
government mule and grace potter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a13tuxh09si
gets frustrated with cyclists from time to time http://www.upi.com/odd_news/2017/02/01/kangaroo-leaps-over-south-australia-cyclist-clips-helmet/8091485956987/
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/02/gorsuch-on-education-pennington-on-evals-pensions-bellwether-analysis-kipp-surveys-and-more.html#respond
devos to the floor, food and pensions, aldeman on pensions, child find in the devos era? http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/devos-to-the-floor-food-and-pensions-aldeman-on-pensions-child-find-in-the-devos-era.html
ed week on why she probably will get through http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaign-k-12/2017/01/heres_why_betsy_devos_will_pro.html
as we’ve noted http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/gary-busey-in-the-devos-debate-plus-mead-on-choice-aldeman-on-choice-and-pensions-c4c-on-daca-college-champions-microaggressions-hess-on-race-and-education-teaching-quality-on-campus-buses-mo.html
the staff work here has thus far been questionable… https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/devos-questionnaire-appears-to-include-passages-from-uncited-sources/2017/01/31/50577dec-e7be-11e6-b82f-687d6e6a3e7c_story.html
with the case for devos in ny post today. http://nypost.com/2017/01/30/why-we-need-an-outsider-like-betsy-devos-as-education-secretary/
park slope food coop in a big fight over its pension fund. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/30/business/park-slope-food-coop-pension-fund-fight.html
the wsj’s account: https://www.wsj.com/articles/park-slope-food-coop-to-vote-on-pension-fund-oversight-1485554484
on why despite what you may have heard teacher pensions are not very good for actual teachers https://edexcellence.net/articles/teacher-retirement-plans-are-among-the-worst-in-the-country
might be the first child find effort of the devos era? http://www.dailyprogress.com/news/local/abandoned-bear-cub-rescued-by-hunters-now-recovering-in-wayesboro/article_2185c370-e71e-11e6-90de-6ff06ff0b053.html
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/devos-to-the-floor-food-and-pensions-aldeman-on-pensions-child-find-in-the-devos-era.html#respond
immigration executive order and what it might mean for education and dreamers, rhames on race, and match beyond. bonus: pirates! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/immigration-executive-order-and-what-it-might-mean-for-education-and-dreamers-rhames-on-race-and-match-beyond-bonus-pirates.html
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january 28, 2017 https://twitter.com/arotherham/status/825189567498170370
this executive order today is preposterous. http://www.politico.com/story/2017/01/trump-signs-executive-order-requiring-that-for-every-one-new-regulation-two-must-be-revoked-234365
reuters article is right http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-immigration-iduskbn15c0bv
takes a look at betsy devos’ personal approach on lgbt issues https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/28/us/politics/betsy-devos-gay-transgender-rights.html
don’t miss some actual nuance from jay mathews https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/education-nominee-betsy-devos-never-attended-a-public-school-theres-nothing-wrong-with-that/2017/01/29/5f63b2f6-e37c-11e6-a547-5fb9411d332c_story.html
conference on race and education http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/gary-busey-in-the-devos-debate-plus-mead-on-choice-aldeman-on-choice-and-pensions-c4c-on-daca-college-champions-microaggressions-hess-on-race-and-education-teaching-quality-on-campus-buses-mo.html
marilyn rhames’ take on it. http://educationpost.org/im-frustrated-by-the-way-education-reformers-talk-about-race-and-social-justice/
takes a look at match beyond http://educationnext.org/new-path-to-a-college-degree-match-beyond-low-income-students/
misinformation about pirates! https://www.neh.gov/humanities/2017/winter/feature/lot-what-known-about-pirates-not-true-and-lot-what-true-not-known
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/immigration-executive-order-and-what-it-might-mean-for-education-and-dreamers-rhames-on-race-and-match-beyond-bonus-pirates.html#respond
gary busey in the devos debate! plus mead on choice, aldeman on choice and pensions, c4c on daca, college champions, microaggressions, hess on race and education, teaching quality on campus, buses! more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/gary-busey-in-the-devos-debate-plus-mead-on-choice-aldeman-on-choice-and-pensions-c4c-on-daca-college-champions-microaggressions-hess-on-race-and-education-teaching-quality-on-campus-buses-mo.html
sara mead on inter district choice http://aheadoftheheard.org/michigans-other-often-overlooked-school-choice-program/
the ins and outs of how charter schools interact with teacher retirement systems in the states. http://www.teacherpensions.org/blog/should-public-charter-schools-be-allowed-opt-out-state-run-teacher-pension-plans
is invested in a gary busey film about a christian summer camp https://www.buzzfeed.com/mollyhensleyclancy/inside-the-devos-fortune
named cujo http://campmannamovie.com/about-the-film/
here’s busey discussing hobbits https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkyt0unokrm
chiefs for change on daca.  http://chiefsforchange.org/continuing-protections-for-young-people-currently-covered-by-daca/
teaching and research – what’s the relationship https://www.brookings.edu/research/are-great-teachers-poor-scholars/
review and construct questions about “microaggressions. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1745691616659391
on an event he hosted this week to discuss race in the education sector: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/rick_hess_straight_up/2017/01/race_social_justice_and_school_reform.html
on teachers and student-centered design http://www.naate.org/page/newsroom/publications/15731
a lot of people talking about personalized learning at a recent pearson conference.  http://www.pearsonassessments.com/teacherlicensure/conference-on-teaching.html
college champions initiative of classroom champions http://www.sporttechie.com/2017/01/25/education/classroom-champions-rolls-out-new-tech-centric-college-mentorship-program/
is a long running and complicated debate http://www.citylab.com/commute/2017/01/why-the-school-bus-seat-belt-debate-lives-on/514370/
big avalanches. https://vimeo.com/201196420?ref=fb-share&1
amanda shires doing leonard cohen http://www.rollingstone.com/country/premieres/hear-amanda-shires-gender-bending-leonard-cohen-cover-w463285
her new album is fantastic http://smarturl.it/mypieceoflandar

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devos debate! plus michigan ed facts, robson on zip codes plus, tim daly deals floor mats, title ix and sexual assault, harvard’s money, nctq and fordham’s reports, plus more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/devos-debate-plus-michigan-ed-facts-robson-on-zip-codes-plus-tim-daly-deals-floor-mats-title-ix-and-sexual-assault-harvards-money-nctq-and-fordhams-reports-plus-more.html
handy guide to devos claims/counterclaims right here http://bellwethereducation.org/sites/default/files/mi%20slide%20deck%20finalfinal%20w%20acknowledgements.pdf
addressing zip code disparities is necessary but not sufficient.  http://aheadoftheheard.org/school-choice-alone-wont-solve-educational-inequities-tied-to-zip-code/
sara mead on betsy devos and nuance (plus michigan!). http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-01-26/betsy-devos-probe-on-michigan-charters-shows-need-for-education-debate
 to join their education team http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/politics/bs-md-botel-named-white-house-advisor-20170125-story.html
rather than put out a serious choice/reform package http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2016-12-05/donald-trump-doesnt-have-to-alienate-democrats-over-school-choice
will need a strong team http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/devos-hearing-recap.html
are now trying to smear devos as a nazi http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/betsy-devos-student-statesmanship-institute_us_58866464e4b070d8cad498d4
coming out against devos. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/education/wp/2017/01/26/u-va-education-dean-betsy-devoss-senate-hearing-performance-was-disqualifying/
pledged this week to enforce special education law https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/education/wp/2017/01/26/devos-says-she-will-protect-students-with-disabilities-but-advocates-arent-convinced/
from food to mentoring to choice and federal grant programs (pdf). http://bellwethereducation.org/publication/16-2016-16-education-policy-ideas-next-president
but it’s an important article and a really cool initiative https://www.the74million.org/article/parents-at-work-has-ednavigator-fixed-school-engagement-by-making-it-a-job-benefit
juvenile justice from los angeles and what’s possible https://indd.adobe.com/view/6a43155d-2ba3-4b24-aa0f-1119f8799e92
on new teachers and retirement systems https://edexcellence.net/publications/no-money-in-the-bank
with a blockbuster on teacher evals and the ongoing issues. http://www.nctq.org/dmsstage/final_evaluation_paper
new book on campus sexual assault and title ix. http://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2017/01/24/the_campus_rape_frenzy_the_attack_on_due_process_at_americas_universities.html
harvard just make a move on theirs. http://www.wsj.com/articles/harvard-to-outsource-management-of-its-35-7-billion-endowment-1485363650
responds to andy smarick on the sig eval debate http://educationnext.org/smaricks-crusade-against-sig/
we discussed this the other day here http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/more-devos-bears-guns-and-sig-policy-aldeman-on-obamas-ed-legacy-whitmire-on-politics-higher-ed-spellings-strategy-plus-50can-fellowships-springsteen-set-lists-kristen-stewart-is-whip-smar.html
into the mystic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oowbdlcasz8
do you have any allman brothers http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/ask-president-carter/n8649?snl=1
leave a reply http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/devos-debate-plus-michigan-ed-facts-robson-on-zip-codes-plus-tim-daly-deals-floor-mats-title-ix-and-sexual-assault-harvards-money-nctq-and-fordhams-reports-plus-more.html#respond
betsy devos, daca, teachers unions, pensions, and twinkies! plus blm, michigan edu, and more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/betsy-devos-daca-teachers-unions-pensions-and-twinkies-plus-blm-michigan-edu-and-more.html
the frenemies problem http://www.eduwonk.com/?s=frenemies+
max marchitello takes a look at the twinkies case and its lessons  http://educationpost.org/what-do-twinkies-have-to-do-with-teachers-unions/
on some michigan myths and realities around education. http://hechingerreport.org/five-misconceptions-michigan-education-betsy-devos/
new bellwether analysis takes a look at the fact base on michigan schools http://bellwethereducation.org/sites/default/files/mi%20slide%20deck%20finalfinal%20w%20acknowledgements.pdf
daca repeal not a priority for president trump http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-trump-20170123-story.html
the infrastructure package senate democrats are rolling out.  https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/democrats-set-to-unveil-a-trump-style-infrastructure-plan/2017/01/23/332be2dc-e1b3-11e6-a547-5fb9411d332c_story.html
philly schools debating blm http://www.philly.com/philly/education/20170122_phila__teachers_plan_black_lives_matter_week_-_not_all_are_happy.html
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michigan education facts! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/michigan-education-facts.html
here’s a bellwether analysis of the education status quo, context, and some recent policy history in michigan (pdf). http://bellwethereducation.org/publication/michigan-education-policy-fact-base
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more devos, bears, guns, and sig policy! aldeman on obama’s ed legacy, whitmire on politics, higher ed, spellings strategy, plus 50can fellowships, springsteen set lists, kristen stewart is whip smart, and more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/more-devos-bears-guns-and-sig-policy-aldeman-on-obamas-ed-legacy-whitmire-on-politics-higher-ed-spellings-strategy-plus-50can-fellowships-springsteen-set-lists-kristen-stewart-is-whip-smar.html
don’t miss chad aldeman on the obama education legacy http://educationnext.org/the-teacher-evaluation-revamp-in-hindsight-obama-administration-reform/
has some pre-k lessons from michigan that betsy devos might heed.  http://aheadoftheheard.org/choice-is-coming-but-for-pre-k-its-already-here/
january 23, 2017 https://twitter.com/arotherham/status/823525881473810432
but they do know how to hit pause on the regulatory process http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/campaign-k-12/2017/01/essa_trump_white_house_hits_pa.html
some nuance on questions on michigan and charters that came up during the devos hearing. http://aheadoftheheard.org/diving-deeper-into-michigan-data-in-betsy-devos-confirmation-hearing-last-night/
devos’ ethics agreement https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2017-01-20/education-pick-devos-discloses-assets-of-at-least-580-million
about her various investments http://www.politico.com/tipsheets/morning-education/2017/01/democrats-win-delay-on-devos-218356
a case for devos. http://theweek.com/articles/673607/foolish-democratic-crusade-against-betsy-devos
per the post below http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/devos-hearing-recap.html
in his inaugural address http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/20/politics/trump-inaugural-address/
i couldn’t resist https://twitter.com/arotherham/status/821705703140323328
for various purposes https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-07-09/making-guns-cool-high-schools-embrace-shooting-as-hot-new-sport
pretty disastrous evaluation https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/pubs/20174013/pdf/20174013.pdf
not diverting andy smarick’s attention though http://educationnext.org/the-7-billion-school-improvement-grant-program-greatest-failure-in-the-history-of-the-u-s-department-of-education/
on the unsettled ed politics https://www.the74million.org/article/whitmire-welcome-to-the-trump-presidency-and-the-redrawn-battle-lines-of-the-education-debate
checks in on charter school reform in ohio https://edexcellence.net/publications/on-the-right-track-ohio’s-charter-reforms-one-year-into-implementation
“free college debate.” https://www.brookings.edu/research/as-cuomo-proposal-rekindles-free-college-movement-new-research-provides-ammunition-for-skeptics/
some grim data and some hopeful examples. https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/01/18/upshot/some-colleges-have-more-students-from-the-top-1-percent-than-the-bottom-60.html
rolling up her sleeves at unc. https://apnews.com/793dd9b7c3ec4222add1ab629de633bc/spellings's-unc-plan:-hold-tuition,-comb-data-for-efficiency
survives a legal challenge http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/stateroundup/school-voucher-program-survives-teacher-unions-attempt-to-kill-it/2310009
this az bill is a mess http://www.azleg.gov/legtext/53leg/1r/bills/hb2120p.htm?elqtrackid=35a19da9349e4c50a6e982afbf72f886&elq=f6c43482f92a41bf85d8f99916fdaced&elqaid=12162&elqat=1&elqcampaignid=4918
this from the washington post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/answer-sheet/wp/2017/01/21/democrats-reject-her-but-they-helped-pave-the-road-to-education-nominee-devos/
fellowship opportunity http://www.50can.org/trainings/youcan
private white house set. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/springsteen-played-secret-white-house-gig-for-obama-staff-w461748
acts, directs, and also writes interesting papers https://arxiv.org/pdf/1701.04928v1.pdf
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u.s. news: put kids first http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/19741.html
in u.s. news & world report today http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-01-19/education-reformers-should-put-kids-first-during-donald-trumps-presidency
can read the entire column right here http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-01-19/education-reformers-should-put-kids-first-during-donald-trumps-presidency
@arotherham https://twitter.com/arotherham
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devos hearing recap http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/devos-hearing-recap.html
but turns out it’s a real problem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlep-vbo0mc
examples here. https://twitter.com/arotherham
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devos takes, johnston running in co, mead on obama early ed, hill on rural, higher ed outcomes, higher ed coauthoring, swamp draining, and more! http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/devos-day-and-devos-takes-johnston-running-in-co-mead-on-obama-early-ed-hill-on-rural-higher-ed-outcomes-higher-ed-coauthoring-swamp-draining-and-more.html
on the obama early education legacy http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-01-13/obamas-leaves-a-lasting-legacy-on-early-childhood-education
questions for betsy devos http://www.usnews.com/opinion/knowledge-bank/articles/2017-01-09/what-matters-to-betsy-devos-donald-trumps-pick-for-education-secretary
running for governor in colorado http://www.chalkbeat.org/posts/co/2017/01/16/michael-johnston-leading-education-reformer-to-announce-bid-for-governor-tuesday/
emma brown takes a look at the ed department and what’s next https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/is-government-a-force-for-good-or-does-it-really-suck-ed-dept-at-a-pivot-point-between-obama-trump/2017/01/14/191f9438-c78c-11e6-bf4b-2c064d32a4bf_story.html
betsy devos profile in politico http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/01/betsy-dick-devos-family-amway-michigan-politics-religion-214631
an engler biographer https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2877181-john-engler
paul hill on rural http://www.crpe.org/thelens/better-future-rural-communities-starts-schoolhouse?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=a%20better%20future%20for%20rural%20communities%20starts%20at%20the%20schoolhouse&utm_campaign=rural%20ed%20brookings%20blog%201.10.17
why that’s coming up again as they head out the door: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/13/upshot/harvard-too-obamas-final-push-to-catch-predatory-colleges-is-revealing.html
does co-authoring disadvantage women more than men? http://scholar.harvard.edu/sarsons/publications/note-gender-differences-recognition-group-work
dc-area swamp draining. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/with-an-actual-alligator-involved-a-drain-the-swamp-everyone-can-get-behind/2017/01/14/d4300904-dab7-11e6-9a36-1d296534b31e_story.html
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martin luther king jr. day 2017 http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/martin-luther-king-jr-day-2017.html
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devos takes! kaplan on head start and zip codes, whiteboard insiders on student loans, maryland, ma, bie, and rugged individualism and edu. plus conrad anker, commencement speaker and more… http://www.eduwonk.com/2017/01/devos-takes-kaplan-on-head-start-and-zip-codes-whiteboard-insiders-on-student-loans-maryland-ma-bie-and-rugged-individualism-and-edu-plus-conrad-anker-commencement-speaker-and-more.html
her finances are a more complicated issue. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/12/us/politics/betsy-devos-education.html
is a breath of fresh air says her hometown paper http://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/editorials/2017/01/12/editorial-devos-will-good-public-education/96514642/
will destroy all that is good says newsweek. http://www.newsweek.com/betsy-devos-trump-education-department-538533
remain questions a lot of people want answers on. https://pocan.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/openly-gay-members-of-congress-raise-serious-concerns-about-betsy-devos
is considering dropping a common core test http://wvmetronews.com/2017/01/11/state-board-of-education-considers-replacing-smarter-balanced-tests/
on head start and residency http://aheadoftheheard.org/a-very-american-story-access-determined-by-zip-code/
suing the bie http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/native-american-education_us_5877da9be4b0c42cb175a8b8
on possible changes and fixes on student loans http://www.whiteboardadvisors.com/sites/default/files/student%20loan%20insider%20results_0.pdf
not so quiet anymore! http://www.progressivepolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/springfield-empowerment-paper.pdf
donors help improve the free speech climate on campus? http://www.philanthropyroundtable.org/topic/philanthropic_freedom/on_u.s._campuses_free_inquiry_is_taking_a_beating
buzzy hettleman says it might be war! http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-education-warfare-20170111-story.html
is rugged individualism dead http://www.hoover.org/research/rugged-individualism-dead-or-alive-0
is partnering with branching minds. http://www.jeauva.com/news/jefferson-education-accelerator-partners-branching-minds-test-efficacy-more-personalized
is teaming up with hbcu’s around criminal justice and education. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/charles-koch-teams-with-black-colleges-on-education-and-criminal-justice-research/2017/01/11/ab8a8d02-d838-11e6-9f9f-5cdb4b7f8dd7_story.html
graduation speeches i’d like to hear. http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865670808/storied-mountaineer-conrad-anker-to-deliver-u-commencement-address.html
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february 24, 2017 transgender guidance and the administrative state, pensions, devos, and personalized learning on the march, voucher goal posts, flores’ campaign, and did education activists go to the mat on the wrong trump official? happy birthday smith – hughes. susan tedeschi education trivia contest! and much more! the smith – hughes act turned 100 yesterday. happy birthday! i wrote a short primer yesterday for usn looking at the transgender bathroom guidance issue. its immediate practical impact is pretty muted but the signal it sends about the white house direction is a big deal. this week i also took a look at public lands, gun, democrats, rural voters, and hook and bullet voters in a usn column.  yesterday white house aide and trump brain trust steve bannon gave a talk at a conservative gathering in d.c. where he described much of the trump agenda as being about dismantling the administrative state. ideas like that undergird yesterday’s transgender policy announcement because conservatives argue that regardless of the merits it’s executive overreach to anchor the policy in a guidance attached to federal law as the obama administration did. the problem, of course, is that american society is complicated and so various theories about government tend to wilt when they encounter actual problems. the administrative state is easy to rail against but does things people want done. for instance whatever one thinks about the federal role in education, title ix, or any of the rest of it the fact is some transgendered students are getting bullied, and worse, and there is something schools can do about it. that’s why even among those who thought the obama-duncan approach on this was clumsy many were ok with it. there is also an inescapable irony here. if you want to shrink the administrative role of federal agencies then congress has to do its job – or as kevin kosar might say, make congress great again. that’s been a challenge for a while and the idea that the administrative state is making up for various congressional dysfunctions is not an idea that originated with bannon. trump though, at least so far, seems much more enamored of article ii of the united states constitution than really any other part of the document. elsewhere: bellwether’s max marchitello on betsy devos and accountability. not surprisingly betsy devos’ approval ratings took a hit from her bruising confirmation process. chad aldeman on iowa pensions – keep an eye on that issue.  marchitello says the nea is going full-ostrich on pensions. kai-lee berke on light touch assessment.  act talks with students about their views post-election (pdf). non-alternative fact: for education matt barnum is a national treasure.  education activist and leader yolie flores is running for congress.  should education activists have fought sessions harder than devos? today in special education rights. if we were not just tossing accountability this could make a nifty 5th indicator. the trump administration faced a choice on school choice. they could try to figure out a way to meet candidate-trump’s promise of a $20 billion school choice plan and move on or they could put together a really robust school choice plan that could get real bipartisan support. they may be leaning toward the former. related: even if you support choice there are so many reasons that title i portability is a lousy policy idea it’s hard to know where to start. also on choice, there are a bunch of plausible reasons for why a couple of new voucher evals are showing negative results. but voucher proponents are moving the goal posts. i’m old enough to remember when student achievement was the coin of the realm. while everyone is focused on trump and washington right-to-work legislation is moving in the states. missouri, now iowa, and elsewhere. washington isn’t the only place they make laws. personalized learning going big in ri. admiral mcraven, now a higher ed figure, is not pulling punches on trump: “we must challenge this statement and this sentiment that the news media is the enemy of the american people,” mcraven said. “this sentiment may be the greatest threat to democracy in my lifetime.” are conservative quotas a good idea in higher education? if you can tell me first what education person played back-up guitar for susan tedeschi back in the day then i will send you a prize – a great book from harvard education press plus bragging rights. leave a reply posted on feb 24, 2017 @ 2:13pm february 23, 2017 five things to keep in mind about the transgender bathroom debate i take a look at what’s going on around the bathroom debate in u.s. news & world report today. namely it might be lousy politics for republicans but it’s the first battle in a coming title ix war. it’s more symbolic than impactful right now. and the education world is a mess when it comes to this idea of deferring to local communities. plus the kids mostly don’t care: count me among millions of americans who don’t care what bathroom people choose to use (or what gender they want to identify with for that matter). do what you want. but for millions of others it’s a big deal, which is why, despite all the other challenges america is facing at home and abroad, we’re still ferociously debating potty policy in washington, d.c. because everyone is so worked up, it’s easy to lose sight of what’s going on in the fog of bathroom war. here are five things to keep in mind… you can read all five here via usn. leave a reply posted on feb 23, 2017 @ 3:57pm public lands & guns a little off-edu but in u.s. news & world report i take a look at the skirmishes over public land access and the political opportunity they offer democrats among hook and bullet voters on guns and conservation. it was easy to miss in the political chaos of the past few weeks, but america’s anglers, hunters and conservationists won a victory in congress this month when a bill intended to facilitate the transfer of federal land to states was pulled by its sponsor. it’s an episode with lessons on environmental policy and – more importantly for democrats – a path forward on the contentious issue of guns. you can read the whole thing here and tell me on twitter what caliber of democrat you prefer. leave a reply posted on feb 23, 2017 @ 8:53am february 22, 2017 devos and transgender bathroom policy, plus rural and pensions! president trump didn’t undo daca but he may be about to rollback the obama administration expansion of title ix in the transgender bathroom issue. carolyn phenice explains the complexities surrounding the executive action and the court cases that are sorting out this contentious issue. important: betsy devos is apparently not on board but isn’t going to resign over it. in case you missed it, as part of our ongoing rural education work bellwether spent some time in oklahoma listening to education stakeholders there. new nctq – ed counsel look at pension debt. the fiscal problems are real, and states ought to pay their bills, but the debate about all that overlooks the core structural problem: only one in five teachers qualifies for a full pension anyway. more than half don’t get one at all. more on all that here. leave a reply posted on feb 22, 2017 @ 1:14pm february 21, 2017 devos, it’s always devos, plus bellwether on rural education, daca policy, teacher mobility, mastery, labor’s fortunes, arnold’s fortune, charter growth, ed politics, and more! plus raccoon rides and old books bellwether did a set of interviews and focus groups about rural education in oklahoma with stakeholders there. interesting and important perspectives. state media here. and, bellwether is hiring, scroll down the main page for details and other edujobs. some real life from bitter southerner: at their core, southerners are defined by a fierce loyalty to family. this bond is unwavering and — supposedly — unconditional. but time and again, sexual and gender identity tear southern families apart. thousands of young people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer are kicked out of the house every year by their families. lgbtq youth make up an estimated 40 percent of the total homeless youth population.the consequences of family rejection and discrimination are often deadly. as expected white house immigration policy will include a cut out to protect daca students.  support for that from all over the political spectrum and even adding together people who didn’t like the obama executive actions with those who don’t like the policy probably doesn’t land anywhere near enough votes right now. the 74 takes a look at teacher certification and geographically mobile teachers. it’s an issue and there are some misaligned policies. the article mentions though, and this is key, that the opposite problem also exists. namely, blanket policies that exist in some states and create backdoor ways in that don’t account for quality or past performance. the bottom line is an old story: a heavily labor-dependent field is not very good at doing hr. also in the 74 a really interesting and don’t miss look at mastery in philadelphia and some of the complexities of leading edge work today. it’s going to be a long few years….we’ve heard for decades that the secret to improving school is just to empower teachers rather than have administrators or others dictate to them. more recently there are websites and facebook pages dedicated to the idea, public relations campaigns from advocacy groups, and it’s a common talking point for teachers union leaders. it’s also a reasonable sentiment even if some of the issues like curriculum, standards, and preparation and professional development are more complicated in practice. in any event, new secretary of education betsy devos visited a school last week and basically made this exact same point and it, of course, set of a firestorm. it was an ill-considered thing to say given how she clumsily phrased it, but that’s besides the point with these kinds of things. devos is off to a rough start that leaves plenty of reasons to be concerned and there are plenty of unforced errors from her team but still…the velocity is a bit much and everyone might take a deep breath. we recently discussed briefly a rich yelelson take on labor’s challenges with president trump. here’s another look at the machinations within organized labor about how to deal with or engage with trumpism: some unions that have opposed mr. trump are finding occasions to thread the needle — like the communications workers of america, the union involved in the momentive strike and a onetime backer of senator bernie sanders’s progressive presidential campaign. it repeatedly denounced mr. puzder’s nomination, but in a continuing dispute with at&t wireless, it has echoed mr. trump’s call not to ship jobs overseas. unions in the public and service sectors, on the other hand, lack economic interests that would provide common ground with the new administration, and their membership is increasingly urban, african-american and hispanic — easily alienated by mr. trump’s pronouncements on race and immigration. the service employees international union, a leading service-sector force, has taken a largely oppositional stand. many union leaders are at a loss to explain how richard l. trumka, the head of the a.f.l.-c.i.o., the nation’s pre-eminent labor federation, will navigate these crosscurrents in the coming months. mr. trumka’s answer for the moment is to proceed gingerly. in an interview, he said that he had a productive meeting with mr. trump during the transition, and that the president deserved praise for killing the trans-pacific partnership trade deal. but he has vigorously protested other policies, like mr. trump’s immigration restrictions. “we’re going to call balls and strikes,” he said. robin lake on charter growth. legal win for washington charters. last week i mentioned tom kane’s ed next essay on evidence and education. michael barber and nathan martin respond to kane. john arnold profile. sandy kress on the coming edu debate. what’s up with online preschool? today in elections have consequences: since election day, for-profit college companies have been on a hot streak. devry education group’s stock has leapt more than 40 percent. strayer’s jumped 35 percent and grand canyon education’s more than 28 percent. you do not need an m.b.a. to figure out why. top officials in washington who spearheaded a relentless crackdown on the multibillion-dollar industry have been replaced by others who have profited from it. new class of pahara next gen fellows, including bellwether’s jason weeby, are ready to face the jedi trials! teaching, song, and dance via the nea foundation. new homes for old books. and in case you missed it, a trash truck riding raccoon. *disclosures: bellwether has worked with pahara, nea foundation, and mastery. our pension research and policy work is supported in part by the arnold foundation. and standing disclosure, i am a senior editor at 74. leave a reply posted on feb 21, 2017 @ 6:00pm february 17, 2017 edujobs at bellwether your week wasn’t what you hoped? we’re hiring at bellwether! we’re hiring consultants, learn more here. other open roles and more about us here. leave a reply posted on feb 17, 2017 @ 6:42pm kaplan, rayner and devos! plus bracy on daca, shoales on eval, david d on essa, and kane, dynarksi, robinson, and more! bar office hours plus bail news, too. marnie kaplan on how to not cause – or to avert – an early childhood education workforce crisis. andrew rayner on life and life at bellwether. axios talks conformation reflections with betsy devos. she’s not the only cabinet official who matters to school policy. david deschryver on what’s next on essa regs. becca bracy on daca. michael barber on patch and mend or transformation? this stephen carter column is on bail but it points out something that education reformers would do well to remember – sometimes wonky issues offer high-leverage benefits. bail, and the related issue of fines create enormous challenges for citizens and the criminal justice system. within education the same sort of opportunities exist underneath the choppy politics and all the noise. discipline is an obvious place, aspects of special education, certain vendor arrangements, transportation, and so forth. tom kane has a plan for education research in the essa era. and mark dynarksi looks at the latest voucher research and some questions it raises. van schoales on the colorado teacher evaluation bill’s implementation seven years in. gerard robinson compares education secretaries. public sector v. private sector unions and politics. the annual letter from bill and melinda gates about their foundation’s work is both interesting and light on education. essa playbook from excelined. achieve on what data states track on post-secondary. apparently office hours in bars are big in texas. leave a reply posted on feb 17, 2017 @ 5:35pm february 13, 2017 devos politics, alex hernandez on what now? education reform in vogue, il public finance, direct student services, parcc questions, sam gleaves and more! edujobs below, including one at dfer in dc. jon chait gets to the tactical nub of the opposition to betsy devos as well as the context – but also a warning for education’s activists and activists more generally: trump’s critics don’t have to choose which trump nominees or policies or scandalous behavior to oppose. they can oppose all of it. but mass opposition is a resource that cannot be rallied against every single cause. the resistance to trump has shown it can muster enormous political energy. but does it know how to allocate it? devos opposition deep dive from louis freedberg. alex hernandez says we’re all school choice supporters these days. he’s not wrong. skandera talks new mexico.  federal government’s posture in the transgender bathroom case moving through the courts is shifting. shavar jefferies of dfer and diane guerrero of orange is the new black on daca (in teenvogue!). thoughtful kevin carey remembrance of stan jones. chiefs for change on direct student services – a provision of essa you may be hearing more about…here are actual parcc test questions you can argue about.  reuters deep dive fingers illinois house speaker mike madigan for the state’s fiscal woes. sam gleaves and myra morrison. if this is your thing email me with gleaves in the subject line, hosting a show for sam later this spring. leave a reply posted on feb 13, 2017 @ 5:30pm edujob: program associate at dfer in dc want to be in the mix in one of the most dynamic and interesting schooling environments in the country? here’s a great edujob at dfer in washington, d.c. democrats for education reform-dc (dfer-dc) seeks a program associate to provide critical, high-level support to the dc state director, particularly in the areas of communications, external and donor relations, and government affairs. this role is ideal for someone who thrives in an entrepreneurial, flexible, and occasionally high-intensity environment. learn more and how to apply via this link. leave a reply posted on feb 13, 2017 @ 8:30am february 10, 2017 sig, spending, and lawrence ma! your future wind turbine job will have great views! ed politics & barricading devos. cooney on early stem. anyone who can afford to read this blog is welcome here! plus more! scroll down for some edujobs including a new one at fordham. max marchitello on how employee benefit costs are creating some serious downward pressure on education spending. important issue not getting the attention it should. via the great susanna loeb some context on sig. the basic pattern on a lot of federal programs – favored by democrats or republicans at various points – is the large mandated evaluation of the program that is, in fact, an evaluation of a funding stream. not surprisingly these evaluations rarely turn up much in the way of effects given how initiatives are implemented. then, later, we get more micro-stuff that offers some lessons and learning but the caravan has already moved on. i’m not arguing that sig was a big success. that’s a hard case to make. i am arguing that we should think smarter about evaluation and interpreting the results of evaluations given how federal dollars work. (i’m also betting that’s not going to happen.) betsy devos tried to visit a d.c. public school today but the door was blocked by protesters. so she went around back. i’m all for protest, that’s what this place is about. but when you argue that the big problem with the incoming secretary of education is that she is unfamiliar with public schools and then block her efforts to visit one, well that’s cartoonish and why people roll their eyes at education debates. related, here’s a smart take on the shift in education politics. but, voters have an appetite for authenticity these days that should not be overlooked or minimized. and here’s a look at betsy devos and elizabeth warren by michael jonas. speaking of the home of the boston red sox (who are almost all in florida already to tune up for the 2017 campaign but i digress) lawrence, massachusetts is a success story worthy of some attention and jeff riley and others leaders involved at the state level deserve a lot of credit for a good touch. but…in the telling the contextual factors tend to get overlooked, namely a powerful state takeover function that meant changes were coming for kids one way or another. funny how people get in board in those circumstances and suddenly collaboration breaks out. absent that context the warm milk narrative of how if everyone just sat down we could all get this done breaks out. it’s so appealing! but in education, as in life, things that sound too good to be true usually are. at least closer to the warm milk version? take a look at what’s happening springfield, ma. here’s some good news: we’re going to need a lot of wind turbine technicians in the next decade. one of of the fastest growing occupations. plus it’s a cool job – just listen to this guy talk about it – pays ok, and the views are fantastic. 108 percent growth says the department of labor! except, that growth is really less than 5,000 jobs. why? automation. turbines basically run themselves once they’re up and going. you can play this scenario out across a range of fields and it highlights a major education and economic challenge that is on the horizon and is obscured by the debate about globalization and immigration as well as by percentage estimates on new jobs. cooney center on starting early on stem.  from fordham’s ian rowe here’s a lede you don’t read every day on an education essay: when i was a senior vice president at mtv, my job was to lead the network’s efforts to use its “superpowers for good.” provocative piece, worth reading. there are some problems with the way the construct of “white privilege” is weaponized and casually tossed around these days, but there are real issues at play as well in terms of the structure of american life. in any event, this is one of the most unintentionally ironic things i’ve read in a while: residents like bari reiner, 72, say the question is offensive because the town welcomes anybody who can afford to live here. the question was about privilege in a tony connecticut town. because, you know, housing is equitable and there is no history there….and the school finance system is surely fair! oh, never mind. anyway, the article itself is worth reading, though, it’s about an essay contest for young people that stirred things up. lexington institute on military students. “you can have the crown” leave a reply posted on feb 10, 2017 @ 1:12pm edujob @ fordham institute if you’re looking for roles in the education analysis and policy game then fordham is not a bad place to be. and they’re hiring:  are you knowledgeable about education reform? experienced with quantitative and qualitative research methods? able to manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously? organized, detail oriented, and a stickler for meeting deadlines? if so, you might have a future as the thomas b. fordham institute’s research and policy associate or senior research and policy associate. (the job title will ultimately depend on the candidate’s experience.) the fordham institute is an education policy think tank that promotes educational excellence for every child in america via quality research, analysis, and commentary, as well as advocacy and charter school authorizing in ohio. we are an independent, non-profit organization with offices in washington, dc, and columbus and dayton, ohio. this position is located in downtown washington, dc. the position we are looking for an exceptional education researcher, project manager, and writer to join our small research team in washington. we seek an inquisitive, bright, hard-working individual who is capable of excelling in an intellectually stimulating and often intense work environment. reporting to the senior vice president for research, the position will work collaboratively with fordham’s research team to design, manage, and shepherd research projects from inception to publication. you can learn more and apply via this link. leave a reply posted on feb 10, 2017 @ 8:30am february 9, 2017 head start, devos in the hot seat and devos debate, what’s next for labor? petrilli v. ladner…on nannies! charter school enrollment up, texas reform down? edsall on integration, scholastic on reading, friedrichs 2.0, first amendment, school finance in the family, and more! shots! don’t miss new york’s tom carroll on the battle lines in the devos debacle. agree or not channels a lot of what you hear behind the scenes by way of recriminations. plenty of people disagree as well, of course. important marnie kaplan / sara mead analysis from bellwether on head start work policies.  here’s kaplan with more via the 74.  bellwether’s jen meer on thinking about compensation practices and organizational diversity. bellwether’s hailly korman volunteered as an attorney (she’s actually an attorney, she volunteered to help) at dulles during the immigration order implementation. the 74 talked with her about that experience. first day of school for betsy devos. 74 rounds it up. you have to give devos points for style and humor in a gracious welcome speech at ed yesterday. winning the building will be key for her, good first step. the washington post says she has a steep curve coming. greg toppo on what she may or may not do. local media interview with her. ross douthat on why we fight and the comforts of familiar war.  lauren maddox defends new secretary of education betsy devos. critics totally unconvinced. within trump world there seems to be a split over whether democrats will just say to no everything no matter what on education or if they can get something done in a bipartisan way. the devos episode seems likely to strengthen the former view but wouldn’t the politically smart play by the trump team be to put forward actually good policies that demand consideration (eg a thoughtful choice proposal) rather than just stuff that easily dismissed out of hand (eg title i “portability” or a poorly designed tax credit scheme)? of course, the president of the united states was attacking nordstrom yesterday from his official white house social media account and this morning busily denying remarks that his own supreme court nominee apparently made to a senator…so who the hell knows. things actually happening: charter school enrollment topping 3 million nationwide. the naacp is conducting a listening tour in the wake of last year’s call for a charter moratorium. here’s nacsa’s* recent testimony. also, in all the back and forth around devos a good time to point out that charter school accountability is actually quite complicated and authorizers play a key role in that. every time someone fulminates about whether this or that applies to charter schools make sure to ask what they think the authorizer’s role should be there. scholastic with new data on kids and reading. must-read edsall on school integration in the trump-era. also, while we’re here, you can do a lot worse than re-read the book edsall wrote with is wife mary “chain reaction” given our current climate. stan jones, longtime hoosier reformer, has passed. sandy kress sees more trouble ahead in texas. mike petrilli goes all nanny state on charter authorizing! anti-nanny matt ladner pushes back. more on friedrichs 2.0. also missouri passed right-to-work legislation and the new governor there signed it earlier this month. and don’t miss this rich yelelson take on president trump and labor politics. if you are viewing the teachers’ union posture post election through and educational lens you’re missing the game. young people and the first amendment. is it making a comeback? we’ll see. de-stressing school.  close readers will note what an interesting event this finance discussion should be…. child labor laws.  and vintage bruce. *i’m on their policy advisory board but not involved in this. leave a reply posted on feb 9, 2017 @ 11:57am february 7, 2017 is president trump’s education agenda at odds with his rural base? plus teacher evals, devos theater, pondiscio, scotus prospects, john kent cooke. and more! in usat max marchitello sees a disconnect between president trump’s rural political strength and his education policies. chad aldeman with some texture on teacher evaluations and the eval debate.  betsy devos situation in a nutshell via dana goldstein’s first nyt reporting outing: “poor mrs. devos is a victim of her poor performance in her hearing,” [russ  whitehurst] said, “but also of broader political theater.” fight wrapping up today. or just starting? anyway, big day for the bear defense industry, or something. not our sector’s finest hour. the 74 takes a look at neil gorsuch’s record and possible education implications if he is confirmed for the supreme court. related: friedrichs-like cases already in the courts but what might be the official friedrichs 2.0 kicked off yesterday. cameo by bellwether’s hailly korman in this vox look at the scotus landscape post-garland. pondiscio on race, social justice and education reform. interesting john kent cooke profile. badass stem projects.  leave a reply posted on feb 7, 2017 @ 10:37am february 3, 2017 friday fish porn – well not really, at all. it’s winter so the fishing has slowed down (hundreds of fish pics here though) but education people are still getting outside and we’re diversifying from just fish pics: tim taylor of america succeeds managed to work some duck hunting into an arkansas trip. and ali fuller of bellwether took this ibex in spain earlier this winter. near teruel. she shot it at 320 yards, that means she’s probably a better shot than you are (or i am). kosar, over to you… it’ll be warm and fishing weather soon, in the meantime keep the pics coming. 1 reply posted on feb 3, 2017 @ 8:30am february 2, 2017 6 inconvenient devos truths -so here we are. the nomination most in trouble in the senate is not a climate denier to quarterback environmental policy or any of the rest of this craziness, it’s betsy devos. that says something. and it’s not a flattering something for education because people suddenly care about education. the reverse actually. and the idea that she’s somehow less qualified than some of these other nominees is laughable – and sexist. (that’s not a pro-devos statement, just a more general statement about education and politics). a lot of this also misunderstands what cabinet officials actually do but that’s another story. -for the education establishment a razor close devos win is probably a better outcome than defeating her given what we know about president trump. really the ideal outcome perhaps. if devos goes down he’s not going to appoint linda darling hammond to make amends. he’ll either double down or otherwise penalize the agency won’t he? so for her foes a politically crippled devos is a better outcome in some ways than defeating her. or, in other words, if she gets through it will look like a trump win but might be the opposite in practice. - so much for the idea that devos’ political donations will inevitably protect her. the teachers unions are getting a much better roi right now. - anyone who just can’t believe that eli broad would oppose devos hasn’t followed education in michigan very closely. this is a problem with the reformers versus everyone frame that too many people in the media have bought into. obscures most of the nuance. -as we’ve noted here a few times, how badly has this nomination been handled top to bottom? partisanship aside, devos and her team made it hard even for people who generally think that president’s should get wide deference on personnel. it’s amazing how many people close to and in the trump operation were caught off-guard on senator collins and murkowski. emblematic. if she gets through that has to change – without a very strong team she’s in deep trouble. -with pence possibly voting on the nomination, at least we get to see some history! though it feels like we’re seeing a bit too much of that lately. 1 reply posted on feb 2, 2017 @ 11:47am edujob: team leader/program director, character and k12 education program @ kern family foundation here is an interesting and impactful edujob on an important and relevant issue: the kern family foundation invests in the rising generation of americans, equipping them to become global leaders and innovators. the foundation quietly, yet powerfully, executes its mission by promoting the value of work, developing the formation of good character, increasing educational achievement – particularly in areas of science, technology, engineering and math – and instilling an entrepreneurial mindset, especially in undergraduate engineering students. the character and k12 education team leader/program director will lead the team on the creation, implementation, assessment, and evaluation of strategies for the character and k12 program. the team leader/program director is responsible for articulating the foundation’s vision both internally and externally, inspiring all stakeholders, and driving day-to-day grant making activities in keeping with the foundation’s current policies and procedures. s/he will develop and maintain strong relationships with regional organizations and peer foundations, and win hearts and minds in the community by enthusiastically conveying foundation goals, raising awareness of its mission-oriented programs. the team leader/program director will be an innovative and collaborative leader who naturally and proactively challenges assumptions while understanding and embracing the concept and urgency of entrepreneurial philanthropy. sound like you or someone you know? learn more and learn how to be considered here.  leave a reply posted on feb 2, 2017 @ 8:30am february 1, 2017 gorsuch on education, pennington on evals, pensions, bellwether analysis, kipp surveys, and more! kate pennington on the recent nctq teacher evaluation report.  here’s pennington and sara mead on evals in their recent bellwether analysis (pdf).  couple of resources to highlight from bellwether. the learning landscape is an overall look at american k-12 education and how it works and what it’s doing. great resource for anyone trying to get up to speed on some of the contours. given the attention on betsy devos and her record we prepared a deck looking at k-12 education in michigan – and the charter questions in particular (pdf). and here is our overall look at the state of charter schooling in american, successes, problems, and some analysis on what’s next (pdf). we can do deep dives on any of these for your state or city – public field facing ones like these or proprietary research and analysis. just reach out to learn more. not surprisingly there is an education paper trail for president trump’s scotus nominee, neil gorsuch. ed week looks at all that. gorsuch dissented in an interesting case involving discipline of a middle school student. and he cited oliver twist to make his point. his dissent is at the end here and is worth reading (pdf). kipp alumni survey (pdf). a lot of interesting data here. pension finance and pension politics. skills, higher education, and the workforce. more complicated than you may have heard. government mule and grace potter. in fairness, everyone gets frustrated with cyclists from time to time. leave a reply posted on feb 1, 2017 @ 11:51am january 31, 2017 devos to the floor, food and pensions, aldeman on pensions, child find in the devos era? after a bit of drama and some tension over committee rules (the clerk earned his paycheck at this one) the betsy devos nomination is moving to the senate floor for a vote after a party line vote in the help committee today. ed week on why she probably will get through – although at the committee vote senators murkowski and collins both gave cover for moderate rs to vote against devos even as they did send the nomination through, a no or abstention in committee would have been the game changer though. as it turned out, the way it went down just hardened the democratic narrative against her. republicans want to get her through because the longer this hangs out the harder a vote it becomes. so, bottom line, as we’ve noted, when they vote probably a good day for vice president pence to stick around d.c. (interesting historical note: a vice president has never cast a tie breaking vote on a cabinet nomination as far as i know) but what we’re probably getting here is a politically crippled education secretary who will have her work cut out for her. also, and related, the staff work here has thus far been questionable… eva moskowitz with the case for devos in ny post today. for everyone thinking the teachers unions are irrelevant in the trump-era it’s worth noting that devos has emerged as the most publicly controversial trump cabinet-nominee – and that’s saying something in the current context (others like hhs and treasury are getting more pushback but devos has become the public face of opposition to trump’s nominees). calls are pouring into senate offices – substantially more than other nominees by some accounts. yes, some of it is politics, positioning, and all that but they are still relevant. here’s the most interesting pension article you’ll probably read today. the park slope food coop in a big fight over its pension fund. better color from the wsj’s account: “it was a bunch of wall streeters who came up and made this presentation, and 40 years ago you could never imagine wall streeters being part of the coop,” said mr. thomas, who works as a fundraiser for a new-music nonprofit. the wall streeters were “perfectly nice gentleman,” mr. thomas added, but rubbed “the crunchy people in the front row” the wrong way. they used a complicated powerpoint, a rarity at coop meetings. “it was, like, graphs and stuff,” he added. i have no views on what the park slope coop should or should not invest in. and no views on what’s appropriate content for their meetings. but, this reminds me of a story an urban superintendent told me once about an attempted deal to refinance some pension debt at favorable rates. the pension trustees – who didn’t have financial backgrounds – didn’t get the proposal with all its complexity and shot it down. that cost millions in public money. in other news, here’s chad aldeman on why despite what you may have heard teacher pensions are not very good for actual teachers. this might be the first child find effort of the devos era? leave a reply posted on jan 31, 2017 @ 1:34pm january 30, 2017 immigration executive order and what it might mean for education and dreamers, rhames on race, and match beyond. bonus: pirates! you’ve probably heard by now about president trump’s executive order immigration. i’m not a fan on the merits and am biased against it for personal reasons. gross, an affront to our shared american values, and as a kicker won’t solve the problem anyway.https://t.co/nricbymsti — andrew rotherham (@arotherham) january 28, 2017 so that about covers it from where i sit. also, this executive order today is preposterous. government regulations are not a 40-man baseball roster. on policy, the immigration eo did not get into the daca/dreamers issue. by all accounts this reuters article is right that there is a split in the trump camp over how to handle the daca policy. in that regard the executive order this weekend is instructive on form more than content. a very small group around president trump is making decisions (and not just on this issue) and you’re not getting the normal agency, legislative liaison, and stakeholder input on big decisions that generally helps shape policy including eos. that could have big impact on the daca question because most of the opposition to repeal is from the hill, agencies that would have to implement a plan, and key stakeholders like some conservatives concerned about the impact of a daca repeal on families. the opposition to daca repeal is not strong among trump’s key advisors. second, and more generally, the ham-handedness of how this went down is a problem. policy specifics aside, it’s startling and no way to run a railroad. the lack of agency input. no prep or transition time. total chaos as a result. the president can’t do an executive order implementing school choice but they can design a proposal that is more or less vetted and thought out. they can do a daca revision that causes more or less chaos and confusion. if this eo on immigration is any indication, look out. good news for daca supporters? well, so far president trump has done pretty much what he said he would (turns out trump voters should have taken him literally…thanks guys!). and he has said he’d find a way to protect dreamers. we’ll see. the times takes a look at betsy devos’ personal approach on lgbt issues. i don’t know her so have no idea on this – though i have no reason to doubt the times’ reporting on it either. but, it does point up an interesting partisan dynamic. on this issue i’ve been struck at how quickly it’s become politicized and more about someone’s general politics than their behavior on the specifics of lgbt policy. personally, i’m a lot more interested in what a politician or public figure was doing in, say, the 1990s than what they are doing now after they “evolved” when the politics became easier. it’s great that people change their views and all that but it’s good to look under the hood as what people are about may be more complicated than their avatar on facebook or what you read on twitter. and don’t miss some actual nuance from jay mathews about devos. last week we talked about a rick hess conference on race and education, here’s marilyn rhames’ take on it. education next takes a look at match beyond: yet, with all of these obstacles, match’s graduates “had to adjust to the [college] model rather than the model adjusting to their complicated lives,” hill said he and his colleagues decided to transform that model, at least for match’s graduates. misinformation about pirates! leave a reply posted on jan 30, 2017 @ 12:40pm january 27, 2017 gary busey in the devos debate! plus mead on choice, aldeman on choice and pensions, c4c on daca, college champions, microaggressions, hess on race and education, teaching quality on campus, buses! more! sara mead on inter district choice – and michigan! chad aldeman on the ins and outs of how charter schools interact with teacher retirement systems in the states. betsy devos is invested in a gary busey film about a christian summer camp (busey’s character is named cujo) and she is apparently an oyster cracker mogul. also yeti coolers. and the cubs! here’s busey discussing hobbits. because it’s friday. more immediately, with trump nominees getting through despite various issues and flags devos is emerging as a prime target to rough up the new president. the hearing created that opportunity and there is a full court press underway with quite organized opposition. so far the rs are unified but vice president pence should probably stay close to d.c. when they vote. chiefs for change on daca.  higher education teaching and research – what’s the relationship? the always interesting figlio is on it. lit review and construct questions about “microaggressions.” rick hess on an event he hosted this week to discuss race in the education sector: there was a willingness to talk frankly but in measured tones about disagreements. robert pondiscio of the thomas b. fordham institute pointed out that, for more than a decade, education reform has been approached as a race-based endeavor and questioned the wisdom and the desirability of this shift. after all, a good chunk of (mostly right-leaning) americans are opposed to race-based policy. they regard affirmative action and racially targeted programs as divisive and an affront to constitutional guarantees that all citizens will be treated equally. many others, obviously, think race-conscious policies are essential if “equal protection” is to be more than a hollow phrase. that disagreement frames so much of the current debate in school reform, and we need more blunt, civil, and face-to-face discussion on this score. yes. but. leave aside that the data are pretty clear that while class is an enormous driver of outcomes in american life, race exerts its own independent effects independent of class. more fundamentally, this take offers less analytic leverage on the political problem than it seems. i’ve worked on equity and achievement gap issues since the 1990s but because i think accountability is necessary in a sprawling $650b sector and that poor people should have more control over their children’s education it’s frequently assumed i’m “conservative” or right-leaning when in fact my politics are mostly left-leaning and/or libertarian. if you support rigorous curriculum like core knowledge that’s somehow conservative. but supporting keeping poor kids trapped in crappy schools makes you progressive – a progressive hero if you do it vigorously enough. i’d also be careful assuming that just because someone is opposed to affirmative action programs, for instance, that they are also opposed to accountability schemes that focus on race or income. president bush, anyone? conversely, there are plenty of people in favor of affirmative action who are nonetheless opposed to race-based accountability systems for k-12 schools. and plenty of people’s views seem to change when the politics do. i’m not saying there is not room for principled disagreement and robert raises useful cautions. but, at the core, it could be that education politics are just a faddish and muddled special-interest driven disaster as much as that there are simply misunderstandings or ideological misalignment here. said howard fuller at the same event: fuller argued that ideological line-drawing frequently misses the mark. to him, our “public school system” is really just a “delivery system” for public education. fuller said, “just because i don’t support the traditional delivery system doesn’t mean i’m an enemy of public education.” he elaborated, “i’m not committed to an institutional arrangement, charter schools or any of that. if you do, you become a protector of the status quo. you have to be committed to the purpose, which is educating the public.” conservative privatizer! naate on teachers and student-centered design. here’s a lot of people talking about personalized learning at a recent pearson conference.  the college champions initiative of classroom champions* is underway. school buses and seat belts is a long running and complicated debate. today in really big avalanches. here’s amanda shires doing leonard cohen on ukulele. her new album is fantastic, by the way. *disc: i’m on the international board of directors. leave a reply posted on jan 27, 2017 @ 5:15pm january 26, 2017 devos debate! plus michigan ed facts, robson on zip codes plus, tim daly deals floor mats, title ix and sexual assault, harvard’s money, nctq and fordham’s reports, plus more! you want michigan education facts? we’ve got michigan education facts! handy guide to devos claims/counterclaims right here (pdf). also, kelly robson on why addressing zip code disparities is necessary but not sufficient.  sara mead on betsy devos and nuance (plus michigan!). trump team gets a tfa/kipp alum with progressive instincts to join their education team. i remain skeptical given what is their apparent instinct to focus on taxes for education reform rather than put out a serious choice/reform package (not to mention all the bonkeroo things the president and some of his senior staff have said in the past few days), but this is an interesting move. i’m also skeptical about betsy devos’ prospects in the secretary of education role given what running a cabinet agency actually involves – she will need a strong team. but, people are now trying to smear devos as a nazi. this is being circulated by people who should know better. she is not a nazi or nazi sympathizer. also hard to miss all the casual sexism that seems to accompany the debate over her nomination. stay classy everyone! for a more serious take on some real concerns here’s bob pianta, the dean of the curry school at uva, coming out against devos. as for devos, she pledged this week to enforce special education law. bottom line: when you’re pledging that you will enforce federal special education law then something went wrong.  she’s still a slight betting favorite though, for confirmation. party line kind of thing. no sign rs are weakening and no political downside for dems. the nea said that devos supports an agenda that will, “undermine public schools and colleges, the teaching education professionals, and education unions.” no, wait, that’s what they said about arne duncan. they’re not supporting devos either though… anyway, just a reminder for when the dust settles, here’s a bunch of education policy ideas, big and small, on a host of issues from food to mentoring to choice and federal grant programs (pdf). so, sure, the picture art with this article makes it look as though tim daly is asking this man, “what do i have to do to get you into a new car today…that blue camry out there is priced to move…” but it’s an important article and a really cool initiative. if you’re not following the work of ed navigator you should be. big idea and great people. new report on juvenile justice from los angeles and what’s possible with collaboration by bellwether’s hailly korman and other stakeholders. fordham on new teachers and retirement systems. nctq with a blockbuster on teacher evals and the ongoing issues. new book on campus sexual assault and title ix. will be influential. this issue seems poised to explode once the trump team settles in and starts making policy on education issues.  endowments may also be on the agenda, harvard just make a move on theirs.  this is a little like government outsourcing though, shell game on who is doing the work for how much money. peter cunningham responds to andy smarick on the sig eval debate, which is the next stage in the sig debate.  we discussed this the other day here. allman brothers cover into the mystic.  and, “do you have any allman brothers?” leave a reply posted on jan 26, 2017 @ 6:56pm january 24, 2017 betsy devos, daca, teachers unions, pensions, and twinkies! plus blm, michigan edu, and more! we’ve talked about the frenemies problem with teachers pensions and private equity / hedge funds. the teachers unions rail against hedge funds but are also a big source of investment dollars for private equity and hedge fund investments. max marchitello takes a look at the twinkies case and its lessons  kate pennington and bonnie o’keefe on some michigan myths and realities around education. new bellwether analysis takes a look at the fact base on michigan schools (pdf) to help sort out the various claims and counterclaims swirling around because of the devos debate. as many assumed, daca repeal not a priority for president trump. but this points up a dynamic that will matter a lot in the coming years – some on the hill will see this issue (and others differently). on daca concerns range from the policy itself to just the mechanism that brought it into existence.  votes probably not there, certainly not in the senate, but trump is sucking up so much oxygen that people are forgetting that (a) he’s a politician now and (b) the hill will be pushing on their priorities and sending them to him. the picture of the grizzly bears all showing up for an iep meeting that is floating around social media is sort of funny in an absurd way. but everyone knows grizzlies only have 504 plans. educations/schools will be a piece of the infrastructure package senate democrats are rolling out.  philly schools debating blm. leave a reply posted on jan 24, 2017 @ 12:41pm january 23, 2017 michigan education facts! there are a lot of claims and counterclaims from all sides in the fight over the nomination of betsy devos to be secretary of education. to help cut through some of the noise here’s a bellwether analysis of the education status quo, context, and some recent policy history in michigan (pdf). leave a reply posted on jan 23, 2017 @ 1:23pm more devos, bears, guns, and sig policy! aldeman on obama’s ed legacy, whitmire on politics, higher ed, spellings strategy, plus 50can fellowships, springsteen set lists, kristen stewart is whip smart, and more! don’t miss chad aldeman on the obama education legacy in education next. ashley mitchel has some pre-k lessons from michigan that betsy devos might heed.  new administration: they don’t know their way around yet… going to cia to do a political event is a complete rookie move by president trump. doesn’t even know he has a dept. of education for that! — andrew rotherham (@arotherham) january 23, 2017 but they do know how to hit pause on the regulatory process. this will create some uncertainty for states. here’s some nuance on questions on michigan and charters that came up during the devos hearing.  here’s devos’ ethics agreement. some context there and look for flare-ups during the week as people learn more about her various investments. i’d say she’s still a slight betting favorite to get confirmed but her hearing performance didn’t make rs more inclined to fight should something come to light – and she is not a trump loyalist. from the week here’s a case for devos. per the post below, betsy devos’ hearing was not a good one for the trump administration. honestly, it wasn’t really a great show for anyone. going forward, without a very strong team around her she’s in trouble – especially given a lot of higher education policy coming down the pike and a likely run by banks at the student loan program. in the sexism department, her brother sure does come up a lot. the president has nominated a lot of people – mostly men –  for cabinet posts and i don’t think i’ve heard about any of their siblings? maybe judge her on her own merits? the president mentioned education in his inaugural address, in the tombstone graf, but mostly in passing and dystopian terms: …an education system flush with cash, but which leaves our young and beautiful students deprived of all knowledge; interestingly as a window into the president’s tendency to strong rhetoric, the word “all” was an ad lib that was not in the prepared remarks distributed to media. it does change the sentence some. this from a staunch republican: “i’m willing to give [devos] a pass on her stupid bear comment because i’m not looking for the doe to lead on gun laws or wildlife management but her opinion on the roles of proficiency vs growth is extremely relevant.” the bear thing was funny, i couldn’t resist and “potential grizzlies” sounds like a good band name to play the ski circuit out west. but, the truth of the matter is that a lot of school districts do own firearms for various purposes – including law-enforcement. so while marauding bears are not much of an issue this is another one of these debates that seems to proceed absent context of the actual status quo. meanwhile, the obama education team might say a small prayer for devos? this circus is diverting attention from a pretty disastrous evaluation of billions in school turnaround funding released last week (we’ll see if the new trump team is deft enough to turn this into a compelling  argument for more choice). it’s not diverting andy smarick’s attention though. that article is basically the policy version of stumbling down k street clad only in a sweater vest with a copy of the ies in one hand and a bottle of whiskey in the other. whitmire on the unsettled ed politics. fordham checks in on charter school reform in ohio. “free college debate.”  social mobility and colleges – some grim data and some hopeful examples. margaret spellings rolling up her sleeves at unc. florida’s tax-credit/voucher program survives a legal challenge. everyone is focused on d.c. and there is a lot happening in the states including a bunch of big proposals from governors. this az bill is a mess, but look for more like it. this from the washington post: historically, democrats and republicans have looked at public schools differently. democrats have traditionally been defenders of public education, seeing it as the nation’s most important civic institution, one that is meant to provide equal opportunity for marginalized communities to escape poverty and become well-informed citizens so they can become part of america’s civic life. public education was seen as a civil right. republicans have looked at public schools less as vehicles of social equity and more as places that are supposed to prepare young people for college and careers, an endeavor that should be measured with the same types of metrics businesses use to gauge success. some republicans have looked at public schools with suspicion, in some cases seeing them as transmitters of liberal and even godless values. that’s why it was unusual when, in 2001, the late sen. edward kennedy, the liberal massachusetts democrat, gave critical support to the new conservative republican president, george w. bush, in passing a new education law called no child left behind (nclb). a bipartisan, they said, was to make sure public schools attended to the needs of all students, but the law actually became known for creating new “accountability” measures for schools based on controversial standardized test scores. also, historically, for some reason the washington post has let valerie strauss  write inaccurate opinion pieces on their hard news pages for years. republicans can gripe about how partisan this is take is, but more than that it’s just sloppy history. great fellowship opportunity with 50can. springsteen private white house set. at least he didn’t end on downbound train. kristen stewart acts, directs, and also writes interesting papers. five-tool player! 1 reply posted on jan 23, 2017 @ 12:24pm january 19, 2017 letters of note ok kids, via new jersey’s chris cerf, this is how you write a letter (pdf). leave a reply posted on jan 19, 2017 @ 10:05pm u.s. news: put kids first you may have noticed that education reformers have become pretty focused on adult issues – and that was before this election and all the complexity it brings. it’s not left or right, on a host of issues it’s everyone. rough times ahead? i take a look at that in u.s. news & world report today: give the school reform world credit: in the 1990s, reformers promised efficiency and they have more than delivered. it took the education establishment more than a century to build norms and politics focused overwhelmingly on what mattered to adults rather than what was good for kids. the reform world pulled it off in less than a quarter century. congratulations everyone! ….the next few years will be rocky ones for an education reform community that now has more in common than it likes to think with the norms and culture it set out to disrupt not all that long ago. you can read the entire column right here. tweet me your biggest adult concerns @arotherham, or tell me about your favorite kids (or adults). 1 reply posted on jan 19, 2017 @ 9:18am january 18, 2017 devos hearing recap betsy devos hearing short version: - some of the questions were gotchas, some were softballs, but still, she is out of her depth on policy and will need a strong team. the department oversees a lot of issues not just school choice advocacy. - it was a rocky performance on policy specifics – the idea issue in particular – but barring something new that doesn’t matter to this process and she’ll get through. in the weird ways of washington the hearing was a success for everyone. the dems got to rough her up and make some points and get some media, the rs will deliver a nominee for the new president (albeit on what looks like a tight vote). it seems like there are bigger fish to fry though – i work in this sector but honestly am a lot more concerned about the possibility of the nation’s chief diplomat having undisclosed financial ties to our global adversaries than about betsy devos not knowing the ins and outs of growth models (and most of the people attacking her about it don’t either). - this issue of guns and bears attacks on schools that devos raised is an easy punch line but turns out it’s a real problem. (other examples here.) leave a reply posted on jan 18, 2017 @ 8:56am january 17, 2017 devos takes, johnston running in co, mead on obama early ed, hill on rural, higher ed outcomes, higher ed coauthoring, swamp draining, and more! sara mead on the obama early education legacy. five questions for betsy devos. michael johnston running for governor in colorado. emma brown takes a look at the ed department and what’s next. this john king quote is pretty succinct and to the point: “states’ rights and civil rights have not generally traveled together in the history of the united states,” [secretary of education john] king said. “that’s not a partisan point, that’s a fact.” the article also dances around the idea that obama undermined the department of education through an aggressive federal role. it’s bad history. more than a few people hated the 1994 clinton law and fought efforts to enforce it, and you may recall that no child left behind wasn’t beloved by the establishment (it was the first esea law that key groups took a non-portion or opposed). so while some of the obama polices weren’t popular with the establishment that disdain was not unprecedented. perhaps the key issue is that any education policy with teeth on accountability and related issues splits the democratic coalition between civil rights groups, reformers, and the education establishment in various ways. happily for democrats, the president-elect seems likely to paper all that over for a while. speaking of the incoming administration, a long betsy devos profile in politico. a bit of context. part of the devos / engler disagreement the story highlights owed to differing views about how much republicans should respond to urban concerns given voting patterns in michigan (and more generally). devos believed then, and apparently now, in an all-kids approach whether or not they vote republican. given the reality of choice politics in congress, especially where federal categorical programs are involved, costs and debates over means-testing and all the rest, that’s an important issue to watch and a place where misalignment seems likely among various republican players. second, the article states that it’s basically love/hate her in michigan. that may give her some chance of a d.c. reset if she gets out of the shadow of her boss because here in d.c. when you get outside of the professional advocates a lot of people are taking a wait and see approach and want to see what she has to say at her hearings – although there is universal agreement she needs a strong #2 at the department to be successful given its sprawling scope of authority and operations. third, from the article: if engler thought he had anointed a rubber stamp, he quickly learned otherwise. in january 1997, devos cleared house, unilaterally firing all of the party’s top directors and pausing all contracts with vendors, blaming them for the party’s losses months earlier. “betsy regarded the governor’s input as good advice, not an order,” greg mcneilly, a close associate of betsy devos, told an engler biographer years later. “that’s when the problems started.” apparently devos made this clear to the president-elect in their interview and he responded well to it. but given their different views on some things and the political constraints he will soon be under that’s a dynamic to watch, too. paul hill on rural. the obama administration opened itself up to criticism by focusing on for-profit colleges, which have plenty of problems but are hardly the only problematic part of the higher education sector in terms of value for money. kevin carey on why that’s coming up again as they head out the door: the fact that [harvard] was caught in a regulatory net devised to protect students from exploitative trade schools suggests that even the most prestigious colleges may not be paying enough attention to whether their degrees are worth the price of admission. came across this paper the other day, does co-authoring disadvantage women more than men? dc-area swamp draining. leave a reply posted on jan 17, 2017 @ 9:22am january 16, 2017 martin luther king jr. day 2017 “we must combine the toughness of the serpent and the softness of the dove, a tough mind and a tender heart.” - martin luther king, strength to love leave a reply posted on jan 16, 2017 @ 8:30am january 13, 2017 devos takes! kaplan on head start and zip codes, whiteboard insiders on student loans, maryland, ma, bie, and rugged individualism and edu. plus conrad anker, commencement speaker and more… at the top: betsy devos still likes vouchers. but her finances are a more complicated issue. also, betsy devos is a breath of fresh air says her hometown paper. betsy devos will destroy all that is good says newsweek. lgbt issues remain questions a lot of people want answers on. here’s a sign that devos/trump are sucking up a lot of oxygen: a state is considering dropping a common core test and there is no circus. elsewhere: marnie kaplan on head start and residency. native students suing the bie. it’s startling how few equity conversations include native students. enormous oversight and another sign of the myopia that even the reform world suffers from around equity. whiteboard’s education insiders on possible changes and fixes on student loans (pdf). there has been some interesting innovation happening quietly in springfield, ma. not so quiet anymore! (pdf). can donors help improve the free speech climate on campus? for maryland schools buzzy hettleman says it might be war! is rugged individualism dead, and what does that mean for education? the jefferson education accelerator at uva is partnering with branching minds. the koch foundation is teaming up with hbcu’s around criminal justice and education. today in graduation speeches i’d like to hear. leave a reply posted on jan 13, 2017 @ 11:48am post navigation ← older posts about eduwonk & bellwether about eduwonk about bellwether education partners about andrew rotherham ahead of the heard follow eduwonk twitter facebook get eduwonk by email rss feed tweets by @arotherham search eduwonk.com search for: archives select month february 2017 january 2017 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 reviews of eduwonk.com smart list: 60 people shaping the future of k-12 education "least influential of education's most influential information sources." -- education week research center "full of very lively short items and is always on top of the news...he gets extra points for skewering my high school rating system" -- jay mathews, the washington post "a daily dose of information from the education policy world, blended with a shot of attitude and a dash of humor" -- education week "unexpectedly entertaining"..."tackle[s] a potentially mindfogging subject with cutting clarity... they're reading those mushy, brain-numbing education stories so you don't have to!" -- mickey kaus "a very smart blog... this is the site to read" -- ryan lizza "everyone who's anyone reads eduwonk" -- richard colvin "designed to cut through the fog and direct specialists and non-specialists alike to the center of the liveliest and most politically relevant debates on the future of our schools" -- the new dem daily "peppered with smart and witty comments on the education news of the day" -- education gadfly "don't hate eduwonk cuz it's so good" -- alexander russo, this week in education "the morning's first stop for education bomb-throwers everywhere" -- mike antonucci, intercepts "…the big dog on the ed policy blog-ck…" -- michele mclaughlin "i check eduwonk several times a day, especially since i cut back on caffeine" -- joe williams "...one of the few bloggers who isn't completely nuts" -- mike petrilli, thomas b. fordham foundation "i have just three 'go to' websites: the texas legislature, texas longhorn sports, and eduwonk" -- sandy kress "penetrating analysis in a lively style on a wide range of issues" -- walt gardner "fabulous" -- education week's alyson klein "thugs" -- susan ohanian edureading read andy's columns at u.s. news & world report slidedeck: michigan education landscape: a fact base for the devos debate by bonnie o'keefe, kaitlin pennington, sara mead for good measure? 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