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greBy Christine Brigid Malsbary. Several days before writing this blog post, I visited a 12th grade class that I have been following since the beginning of their 11th grade year. I am a researcher and I study how education policy affects teachers and students in their daily lives. The youth I work with are all …

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By John Thompson. This is the second of two posts on Joel Klein’s spin and misstatement of facts. The first is here. I mostly want to check the supposedly objective facts of Klein’s Lessons of Hope, but I have to start this one by challenging one of his interpretations of facts. Klein rejected the …

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By Anthony Cody. Friday, a column in the New York Times cited research in genetic markers associated with resilience to advance what I believe would lead to the practice of Eugenics in our schools. Eugenics was quite popular in the 1920s. The basic idea was that society would benefit by encouraging reproduction …