School Inequality - Teacher-Powered Schools - Math Reform | Ed Buzz 2016-1-28
Jan 28, 2016
How Fundraising by Rich Parents Can Propagate School Inequality
Can well-intentioned parental involvement unfairly increase a community's advantages?
Is it fair that parents in more affluent communities fund raise at many times the levels of others? It likely depends on who you ask. This article proposes another way. Take a look.
In teacher-powered teachers make the big choices such as the learning program, school-community partnerships, budgeting and even evaluate their colleagues with peer review processes. Here's is how this process is moving forward in some schools.
The Man Who Tried to Kill Math in America
One educator's reform efforts in the early 20th century say a lot about current attacks on the Common Core.
American schools allowed an entire generation of students to fall behind mathematically, says one educator. Learn why and what he suggests be done to provide students with stronger math skills.
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