Saturday, December 1, 2012

Ed Schools – The Sequel: Rise of the Intellectually Dead « School Finance 101

Ed Schools – The Sequel: Rise of the Intellectually Dead « School Finance 101:


Ed Schools – The Sequel: Rise of the Intellectually Dead

Warning: The following post contains the elitist musings of an ivory tower professor who has only professed at major research universities, who attended a selective liberal arts college & received his doctorate from an Ivy league institution (well… a branch of one… Teachers College at Columbia).
A while back, I wrote a post on “ed schools” the point of which was to show the shift in production of degrees that had occurred between the early 1990s and late 2000s. When I wrote that first post, ed schools were coming under fire from DC think tanks like the National Center on Teaching Quality (NCTQ), which seemed largely unable to understand the most basic issues of degree production in education (I’m unsure they’ve learned much since then!). And now, it would appear that our esteemed U.S. Secretary of Education has decided that ed 

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