Friday, April 18, 2014

David Brooks, Common Core Circus Performer | deutsch29

David Brooks, Common Core Circus Performer | deutsch29:



David Brooks, Common Core Circus Performer

April 18, 2014



Why newspapers hire individuals to regularly offer the public unsubstantiated opinions baffles me. I am a researcher. Unless my posts are grounded in my personal experience, I offer my readers links to document my position on matters about which I write.
David Brooks is an opinion writer. He publishes his opinions regularly in the New York Times (NYT) and has done so since 2003.
Brooks is not a teacher. He has no firsthand experience with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Nevertheless, Brooks has an opinion on the matter, and the NYThas published his opinion because, well, the NYT publishes Brooks’ opinions.
Brooks supports CCSS. That is his opinion.
Allow me to present another opinion: that of the “lead architect” of CCSS, David Coleman. Coleman is quoted here from his presentation, Bringing the Common Core to Life:
Do you know the two most popular forms of writing in the American high school today?…It is either the exposition of a personal opinion or the presentation of a personal matter. The only problem, forgive me for saying this so bluntly, the only problem with 

DIARY OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER!: "From Nothing to Something":Thank a Teacher!

DIARY OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER!: "From Nothing to Something":Thank a Teacher!:



"From Nothing to Something":Thank a Teacher!



The words in the title are not my words.

As I was making my way home from a loooong day that was a combination of my 5th grade babies and my hour stint as a Read Aloud volunteer, I was listening to the radio station, winding down  from a day of all children, all the time.

The question being asked of callers was, "Which teacher would you like to thank, and why?"  According to the host, the lines had been  lit up ever since the question was asked. Caller after caller, named a teacher that was near and dear to them. That teacher they never forgot, could never forget.

It seemed that their responses shared a common theme. Surprisingly, not one of them said that they remembered the teacher that got them to pass a standardized test. :)

I listened to callers talk about teachers. A teacher who "took them from nothing to something." The teacher that was "strict, but showed them mother-love", the multitude of teachers that would not give up on a child, even if giving up seemed to make the most sense. You could tell from the passion in their voices, that these teachers they spoke of, were not in it for summer vacation, days off, or benefits, they were in it for those kids.

It just seems that in order to make that kind of impression on a person...you know teachers have the ability to do just that.

In order to make that kind of impression on a person...these were not children calling in, these DIARY OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER!: "From Nothing to Something":Thank a Teacher!:

Perpetual Beta | BCS in Context

Perpetual Beta | BCS in Context:



Perpetual Beta



 I caught up with a friend recently over a beer, we spent a good amount of time discussing a topic we share an interest in: California Charter Law. (I know… *YAWN*)

Here in California, we’ve been experimenting on public school students for more than 20 years using Charter Law, so maybe it’s time to take stock of where things stand.
Go_dog_goMaybe it’s time to rein in the mavericks, to return law and order to this wild west.
We discussed first principles: What is CA Charter Law solving for?
  • Remediation?
  • Deregulation?
  • Innovation?
  • Differentiation?
Lack of clarity around the objective of Charter law drives much of the bitter debate and confusion surrounding charter schools, and it allows charters to be spawned for just about any reason under the sun.
The way CA charter law is written today, just about anybody can write a charter petition focused on some novel educational theme of their own design and it stands a pretty good chance of getting approved, as long as their application is reasonably complete.
In the case of the Santa Clara County Board of Education, even if an application isn’t reasonably complete, it still stands a pretty good chance of getting approved on appeal from a district. Unlike school districts who have an existing local community, educational program and operating model to prioritize, shepherd and defend, the SCCBOE is a freewheeling authorizer that will put staff behind an unapprovable petition denied at the local level, to whip it into approvable shape. It’s like the SCCBOE is paying their staff to directly compete with local school districts and communities across Santa Clara County.
We discussed symantic limitations:
  1. Charter - what is a charter school? The variety of different charter models is amazing, yet we use the same word to describe them all. It’s just like in the Dr. Seuss book Go Dog, Go. High up in the top of the tree was a dog party, a big dog party. There were big dogs, little dogs, old dogs, young dogs, fat dogs, skinny dogs, black and white dogs. But we call them all “dogs.” Some charters may be great, Perpetual Beta | BCS in Context:

Spotlight on Humphrey Honoree: Randi Weingarten

Spotlight on Humphrey Honoree: Randi Weingarten:



Spotlight on Humphrey Honoree: Randi Weingarten

April 18, 2014 - Posted by Patrick McNeil
 
 
On May 15, the civil and human rights community will honor American Federation of Teachers (AFT) President Randi Weingarten with its highest honor, the Hubert H. Humphrey Civil and Human Rights Award, for her lifelong commitment to improving America’s education system.
At the 1.5 million-member AFT, Weingarten represents teachers, higher education faculty and staff, health care professionals, and other school-related local, state, and government employees. In addition to her previous responsibilities as president of New York’s United Federation of Teachers, she has been held in the highest regard as a labor leader, attorney, and educator, and has led efforts to make education reform a prominent issue on national and union agendas.
Weingarten has been a leading voice in dialogue among parents, teachers, community partners, and public officials regarding equal access to quality education. She also plays a critical role in the coalition as a member of the board of The Leadership Conference.
Visit our Hubert H. Humphrey Civil and Human Rights Award Dinner page for more information about tickets, sponsorship, and our two other nominees – Sen. Tom Harkin of Iowa and leading labor and immigrant rights advocate Eliseo Medina
- See more at: http://www.civilrights.org/archives/2014/1426-spotlight-on-randi-weingarten.html#sthash.rqwJkBrW.dpuf

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James Baldwin said it best: 

"For these are all our children, and we will profit by or pay for whatever they become."


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