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  • Vital issue: teacher training

    July 28, 2014

    The Common Core always seems to be making headlines. But the all-important issue of teacher training in connection with the core too often gets lost. So, it was heartening to see this issue on the cover of the Sunday New York Times magazine. The magazine article is about professional development for educators teaching the new […]

  • Raising creative thinkers, not test-takers

    July 25, 2014

    Two recent stories, including Gina Barreca’s column, “We’re Teaching to the Test—Not Students’ Futures,” in The Hartford Courant and Philip Kovacs blog post, “An Open Letter to My Son’s Kindergarten Teacher,” clearly convey what teachers and parents have been saying about the effects of high-stakes testing on children. The articles raise questions about the problems […]

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  • State Awards $6.6 Million To 28 Low-Performing Schools

    July 28 - courant.com

    On Monday, Education Commissioner Stefan Pryor announced that 28 schools won $6.66 million in state and federal aid to help improve student performance. The grants, which the state awarded on a competitive basis, will go to schools in 10 districts, with the greatest share - $2.7 million in 10 grants across eight schools - going to New Haven.

  • With FUSE Gone, Dunbar Forges Ahead

    July 28 - CT Post

    Tony Anderson's one hope is to keep the momentum going at Dunbar School. The father of four, two of them who attend the still-struggling East End school, had nothing but positive things to say about the changes last year when Dunbar, as part of the so-called Commissioner's Network, was run by Family Urban Schools of Excellence.

  • How Effective Are Charter Schools?

    July 24 - WNPPR

    The recent FUSE scandal has raised questions about charter school oversight. Is this type of problem representative of the overall charter school system?

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