Monthly Archives: April 2011

Educator effectiveness

A new movement affecting public schools and many vendors that supply them is the radical rethinking of teacher evaluations.   It’s a complex issue with both educational and political ramifications that go way beyond just issuing teachers “report cards” to quote … Continue reading

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Borrow your crystal ball, buddy?

Last Friday, ed-tech sage Nelson Heller published comments, from me and others, on the subject “Navigating the Downturn: Are We There Yet?”  I said, essentially, no.  The “end” of the recession just meant the economy stopped getting worse, but it stayed … Continue reading

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