The Answer Sheet: How Three Schools Creatively Face the Challenge of Educating Immigrant Students May 10th

The Answer Sheet: How Three Schools Creatively Face the Challenge of Educating Immigrant Students – nepc.colorado.edu/blog The Answer Sheet: How Three Schools Creatively Face the Challenge of Educating Immigrant Students (This is the tenth in a series of posts about schools named as winners in the 2015-2016 Schools of Opportunity project. There are links to […]
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Radical Eyes for Equity: Think Tank Advocacy Reports Not Credible for Education Policy: SC Edition May 1st

Radical Eyes for Equity: Think Tank Advocacy Reports Not Credible for Education Policy: SC Edition – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Radical Eyes for Equity: Think Tank Advocacy Reports Not Credible for Education Policy: SC Edition The Palmetto Promise Institute‘s report authored by Adam Crain, Money doesn’t translate into student results, is a follow-up to their 2013 report also comparing South Carolina education to […]
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Janresseger: Ideology Drives School Privatization without Much Attention to the Real Consequences Apr 23rd

Janresseger: Ideology Drives School Privatization without Much Attention to the Real Consequences – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Janresseger: Ideology Drives School Privatization without Much Attention to the Real Consequences Whether school privatization involves expansion of various kinds of vouchers or the proliferation of largely unregulated charter schools, the policy tends to be driven by its proponents’ ideology, not […]
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VAMboozled!: David Berliner on The Purported Failure of America’s Schools Mar 12th

VAMboozled!: David Berliner on The Purported Failure of America’s Schools – nepc.colorado.edu/blog VAMboozled!: David Berliner on The Purported Failure of America’s Schools My primary mentor, David Berliner (Regents Professor at Arizona State University (ASU)) wrote, yesterday, a blog post for the Equity Alliance Blog (also at ASU) on “The Purported Failure of America’s Schools, and Ways to Make Them […]
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Jersey Jazzman: Blaming Public Employees for NJ's Fiscal Mess: Today's Dopey Episode Mar 5th

Jersey Jazzman: Blaming Public Employees for NJ's Fiscal Mess: Today's Dopey Episode – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Jersey Jazzman: Blaming Public Employees for NJ’s Fiscal Mess: Today’s Dopey Episode Whenever I want to read something really ill-informed and contemptuous of public employees, I turn to the always reliable Star-Ledger: Property taxes in New Jersey are the highest in the […]
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Janresseger: In First Week on the Job, DeVos Shows She Likes Choice, Doesn’t Understand Public Education Feb 24th

Janresseger: In First Week on the Job, DeVos Shows She Likes Choice, Doesn’t Understand Public Education – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Janresseger: In First Week on the Job, DeVos Shows She Likes Choice, Doesn’t Understand Public Education The irony is stunning. Although Donald Trump was sometimes called a populist during the presidential campaign, his domestic policy agenda features […]
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Education Law Prof Blog: New Report Focuses on Connection Between Criminal Justice and Education Policies, But the Real Problem is Education Quality Feb 11th

Education Law Prof Blog: New Report Focuses on Connection Between Criminal Justice and Education Policies, But the Real Problem is Education Quality – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Education Law Prof Blog: New Report Focuses on Connection Between Criminal Justice and Education Policies, But the Real Problem is Education Quality The Economic Policy Institute recently released a new report arguing that […]
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Education Law Prof Blog: New Report Focuses on Connection Between Criminal Justice and Education Policies, But the Real Problem is Education Quality Feb 10th

Education Law Prof Blog: New Report Focuses on Connection Between Criminal Justice and Education Policies, But the Real Problem is Education Quality – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Education Law Prof Blog: New Report Focuses on Connection Between Criminal Justice and Education Policies, But the Real Problem is Education Quality The Economic Policy Institute recently released a new report arguing that […]
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Cloaking Inequity: Are Charters Beacons of Opportunity for Special Needs Students? Feb 4th

Cloaking Inequity: Are Charters Beacons of Opportunity for Special Needs Students? – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Cloaking Inequity: Are Charters Beacons of Opportunity for Special Needs Students? The extent to which special student populations (ELL, Special Education and Economically Disadvantaged) gain access to charter schools is understudied. The new study Separate and Unequal?: The Problematic Segregation of Special Populations […]
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Janresseger: New Reports Question Education Strategy Pushed by Trump Administration Jan 28th

Janresseger: New Reports Question Education Strategy Pushed by Trump Administration – nepc.colorado.edu/blog Janresseger: New Reports Question Education Strategy Pushed by Trump Administration Donald Trump promotes the expansion of parental choice among schools as the way to help children learn.  Parental choice in this case is defined as tuition vouchers for children to carry to private […]
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