THE BLOG Eric CooperNov 26, 2013 Harvard’s Randall Kennedy has written a timely book on affirmative action, given the impending U.S. Supreme Court decision on preferential treatment in public university admissions. In For Discrimination: Race, Affirmative Action, and The Law, Kennedy supports preferential treatment for people of color, based on past discrimination and continued racial … Continue reading
EDUCATION WEEK 5 Hours Ago Response: ‘Listen, Empathize, Connect’ For Student Motivation by Larry Ferlazzo (This is the final post in a three-part series on student motivation. You can see Part One here and Part Two here) Fitta Astriyani asked: ? I’m a little bit frustrated when I know my students don’t do their homework … Continue reading
All the evidence shows that unless we change the culture of schools, nothing changes. That is- no matter what curriculum we introduce,or how many structural changes we make to the organization–if we do not transform the beliefs, the norms, and the relationship….nothing will change. Pedro A. Noguera
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’ By Valerie Strauss, Published: APRIL 06, 4:00 AM ET Aa Increasingly teachers are speaking out against school reforms that they believe are demeaning their profession, and some are simply quitting because I have had enough. Here is one resignation letter from a veteran teacher, Gerald J. Conti, a social studies teacher at Westhill High … Continue reading
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