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Ethnic Studies in California

/* custom css */ .tdi_2_400{ min-height: 0; } /* custom css */ .tdi_4_d9d{ vertical-align: baseline; } Among California’s many distinctions, the state stands out for the minimal requirements it imposes for high-school graduation, among the most lenient in the United States. Californ...

Has Evaluation Reform Chased Away Competent Would-Be Teachers? – by Frederick Hess

It should be obvious even if it sometimes gets lost amidst the noise: The measure of a policy is not its intent but its impact. That’s why I’ve been tough on statewide teacher evaluation reforms. The point of these systems is sensible and seems geared toward attracting and retaining committed professionals, while helping struggling teachers to improve or find new w...