Policy Implications to “Just the Facts: A Longitudinal Analysis of ASD and SCS’s iZone” Primary Policy Implications Race to the Top Progress In yesterday’s piece I examined the data for Shelby County School’s iZone and compared it to achievement results…
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Just the Facts: ASD vs iZone Performance Part 1
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By Ezra Howard In my last piece I conducted a longitudinal analysis of the TCAP results of the state-run Achievement School District (ASD). This study was unique in several ways. For one, to my knowledge it is the only longitudinal…
Time to Rethink Tennessee Testing
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Ezra Howard tackles standardized testing for students with special needs and argues we need to reassess the way we test both students.
The Dangers of Disruption in Education
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Disruptive education is a commonly used phrase. But have you ever stopped to think about where it comes from and what it means for our kids? Check out this post from BCE contributor Ezra Howard to learn more.
The Long-Term Gains Vs. the Short-Term Costs of Pre-K
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Though it’s often lost in the shuffle, research suggests that pre-K is just as important to future student success as common core, charters and vouchers! Read more here.