Tuesday, May 2, 2017

The Brookings article below says, “As a result, education policy has not emerged from the “real” experiences of students and their families, nor the real work of teachers and teacher educators, but rather by private sector transferees, career politicians, and a few others largely educated in elite private schools—with little to no experience in underserved public school communities.” What do you think? Let me know via Twitter @Mebane_Rash.


  • AP Investigation of Schoolhouse Sex Assault: A Series

    Associated Press | 05/01/2017

  • Public School Choice as Competitive Advantage: A Look at Denver Public Schools

    EducationNext | 05/02/2017

  • Elevating Support for Texas Rural and Small Schools: What Can We Learn?

    Texas Rural Schools Task Force Report | 03/31/2017

  • PARENT ALERT: NETFLIX SERIES PROMPTING SOME STUDENT DISCUSSIONS ABOUT SUICIDE, ASSAULT, AND BULLYING

    Wake County Public School System | 04/26/2017

  • Policy by, with, and for all students: How to make public education work

    Brookings | 04/28/2017


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