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Education Secretary Arne Duncan Loosens Reins on Teacher Evaluations, Testing
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Arne pumps oxygen back into Common Core implementation

The Education Gadfly August 27, 2014 Related Links: Last week, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan declared that states with NCLB waivers could wait until the 201516 school year to start tying test scores to teacher evaluations. It's a very ... Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, 9 hours ago

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Arne Duncan's announcement on teacher evaluation flexibility, explained

Emily Davis (left), a teacher ambassador with the U.S. Department of Education, and E4E-New York teacher Suraj Gopal (center) listen as Secretary of Education Arne Duncan (right) answers a question following his remarks on Thursday, August 21 in ...
 Educators 4 Excellence9 hours ago Don't trust in Arne Duncan  CNN4 weeks ago Rise & Shine: NEA delegates want Duncan gone  Education News Colorado1 month ago Fairfield U. prof blasts corporate ed reform  Education Dive6 days ago

Advancing Past Average: PISA's Financial Literacy Assessment Shows United States Has a Long Way to Go

"Average is not good enough." I couldn't agree more with that statement from U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan about financial literacy. Yet average is what the United States is, according to the Programme for International Student ...
 Huffington Post2 days ago
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Education Department Tries to Ease Testing Worries

Education Secretary Arne Duncan said Thursday that states can apply for extra time before they use student test scores to judge teachers' performance. Duncan's decision is an acknowledgement of the concerns by teachers' unions and others that ...
 ABC News6 days ago
Dissent Magazine

Where the Promise of Preschool Ends

Arne Duncan and Eric Holder at a D.C.area elementary school, March 2014 (Dept. of Education/Flickr) This August, as I look over names of my incoming prekindergarten and kindergarten students, my attention is divided. Im also focused on Ferguson.
 Dissent Magazine6 days ago
Associations Now

Who Would Replace Arne Duncan?

Both national teachers' unions have recently given voice to a popular teacher daydream -- the departure of Arne Duncan from the U.S. Department of Education. I understand the appeal. Duncan has become the poster boy for reformsters, the face of ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago What's at Stake in Public Education  Huffington Post1 month ago Editorial NEA on the wrong track  Big News Network1 month ago Why NEA Wants Arne Duncan to Resign  Associations Now1 month ago

Strauss: Arne Duncan's new top advisers

President Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan ( Courtesy of Throughout the first Obama administration and well into the second, many teachers and principals said they could not get a word in edgewise to Education Secretary Arne ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago Arne Duncan's new top advisers (update)  Washington Post2 weeks ago Arne Duncan's new top advisers  Washington Post2 weeks ago

Why We Should Not Copy South Korea

Secretary Arne Duncan has frequently pointed to the high test scores of students in South Korea as a model for American students to copy. We have heard again and again that we are losing "the global competition" to nations like South Korea where ...
 Huffington Post3 weeks ago Strauss: A lesson from South Korea: Student resistance to high-stakes testing  Austin American Statesman3 weeks ago A lesson from South Korea: Student resistance to high-stakes testing  Washington Post3 weeks ago

15 Strategies for Placing Excellent Teachers in High-Need Schools

In July, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced his department's new Excellent Educators for All initiative, which seeks to ensure that students in high-need schools have equitable access to effective teachers. The secretary, in a July ...
 Education Week3 weeks ago US seeks better teachers for high-needs schools  Sify1 month ago

Stupid, absurd, non-defensible: New NEA president Lily Eskelsen GarcĂ­a on the problem with Arne Duncan, standardized tests and the war on teachers

For years, politicians and policy leaders have been running the nation's public education system basically by the seat of the pants, drafting and passing legislative doctrine that mostly ignores the input from classroom teachers, research experts ...
 Salon4 weeks ago Incoming NEA head inherits tension with Education Secretary Arne Duncan  Education News1 month ago The Education Department's union problem  MSNBC1 month ago
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