Learning from Past Mistakes: Seattle Public School’s Greatest Superintendent Misses, Part 2: Maria Goodloe-Johnson

Editor’s note: As Seattle Public Schools starts to narrow the field of potential superintendents it’s important to learn from past mistakes. Example two: Broad Superintendent Maria Goodloe-Johnson. -Carolyn Leith Repost from March 23, 2011: THE TRUE LEGACY OF SEATTLE’S FIRED (BROAD ACADEMY) … Continue reading Learning from Past Mistakes: Seattle Public School’s Greatest Superintendent Misses, Part 2: Maria Goodloe-Johnson

Dear Congress, you are being duped. HR4174-S2046 is a Privacy Fail. Here’s why. ( And please no more suspended rules and voice votes on these bills. )

Reposted with permission from  Missouri Education Watchdog. I will say it again… When it comes to their own children, parents have little to no say in education matters. Parents are not invited to fancy conferences, we often aren’t even allowed to attend them. Parents don’t have … Continue reading Dear Congress, you are being duped. HR4174-S2046 is a Privacy Fail. Here’s why. ( And please no more suspended rules and voice votes on these bills. )

Social Emotional Data. The new Cash Cow in the Corporate Assessment Industry

Reposted with permission from Peg with Pen. Big picture – this is about compliance. This is about colonization. Compliance is necessary in order to profit and control a population so that the outcomes fit the needs and demands of the … Continue reading Social Emotional Data. The new Cash Cow in the Corporate Assessment Industry

The MAP Test can now monitor a child’s psyche, or so they think

Original Title: And You Thought Standardized Tests Were Bad. Reposted with permission from Save Maine Schools – Helping You Navigate Next-Gen Ed Reform. NWEA recently received an award from the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning for this feature, which not only … Continue reading The MAP Test can now monitor a child’s psyche, or so they think