Friday, December 7, 2018

The best — and worst — education news of 2018 - The Washington Post

The best — and worst — education news of 2018 - The Washington Post

The best — and worst — education news of 2018



Every December veteran educator Larry Ferlazzo looks at the year in education news and makes his list of what he thinks the best — and the worst — of it was.
Of course it is subjective, and if you disagree with him, tell him (nicely) in the comments.
Ferlazzo is a teacher of English and social studies at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento He has written numerous books on education, writes a teacher advice blog for Education Week Teacher and has his own popular resource-sharing blog.
See whether you agree with his assessment. You can find links to his lists from past years at the bottom of this post.
By Larry Ferlazzo
As usual, I don’t presume to say this compilation all-encompassing, so I hope you’ll take time to share your own choices. I’ll list the ones I think are the best first, followed by the worst. It’s too hard to rank them within those categories, so I’m not listing them in any order.
The Best Education News Of 2018
* The November elections brought lots of good news:
It wasn’t all good news, and some school funding measures lost, but — overall — it was a Continue reading: The best — and worst — education news of 2018 - The Washington Post



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