Since I’ve blogged about both the Teach for America program and the National Education Association convention, I thought I’d post this article about the NEA’s criticisms of Teach for America, and the TFA response. Readers of this blog know that … Continue reading»

Stanford University/Hoover Institution Research Fellow Michael Petrilli offers the following perspective on the recent National Assessment of Educational Progress social studies scores (civics, U.S. history, and now geography): “You wouldn’t know it from the “we’re all going to hell in … Continue reading»