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In part 1 of my reply to Willingham’s article on reading comprehension strategies published recently in […]
This is Part 1 of a 2-part response In a recent Washington Post article (excerpted from […]
Some not surprising but still depressing excerpts from the PISA Math Results, US results: Students in […]
My mother is an extraordinary person. Yesterday, while I made lunch for my son, father, and […]
Yes, we know: kids “don’t know much about history” in the words of the immortal Sam […]
In a previous post, I posed the question – based on student survey data and my […]
Dear Governor Cuomo: I have my whole professional educational life been a supporter of teacher accountability. […]
Really, why do HS teachers lecture so much? Almost every HS I go to I see […]
In the previous literacy posts in this series I identified a few guiding questions that stem […]
In the previous literacy post I identified a few take-away questions and related issues from my […]