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I started this blog about 11 years ago, and in that time I have written over 500 posts.  Some of these posts are particularly meaningful ..read more
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In a recent podcast on ‘Getting Smart,’ they interviewed TFA CEO Elisa Villanueva-Beard.  At the 0:56 mark the host gave this series ..read more
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Before Michelle Rhee was a board member for Miracle-Gro she was the founder and CEO of StudentsFirst.  Before that, she was Chancellor of ..read more
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A few weeks ago an article appeared in ProPublica called ‘How Teach for America became an arm of the charter school movement’.  I ..read more
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Last year I wrote about how the top charter chain in New York City, Success Academy, only managed to have three students get between 52% ..read more
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Among the education news outlets funded by Gates and others who try to push the slowly dying education reform agenda Chalkbeat is one of ..read more
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When I first started this blog 11 years ago, the purpose was to give tips for new teachers.  Back then, this was on the teachforus.org ..read more
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U.S. News & World Report produces several influential annual ‘best of’ lists in all kinds of categories.  In education they rank ..read more
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A few days ago I wrote about how Texas pays TFA $5.5 million for 400 recruits, or about $15,000 per recruit.  Yesterday I wrote about how ..read more
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Yesterday I reported that Texas pays TFA $5.5 million a year for 400 new recruits.  I speculated that TFA probably has similar ..read more

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