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“How much input do you think we, as teachers, have in regards to ‘what’ is included in the curriculum and ‘how’ it should be presented and assessed?” I don’t think the content isn’t the problem. It’s the quality of how Do we need a basic rewrite of No Child Left Behind?
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The problem is the lack of rigorous research on the topic of educating teachers. We could continue to debate this subject, but instead I bet we could agree on at least one thing. Education schools have serious problems. We probably Do we need a basic rewrite of No Child Left Behind?
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Ryan, your point that teacher preparation needs to be taught as craft and profession is excellent. Sol, I have been very critical of the research done in education schools and the field of education in general. I often show students Do we need a basic rewrite of No Child Left Behind?
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Sol, this sounds just dreadful. I would be grateful if you shared the empirical evidence documenting these claims. I just completed a five year study of schools of education, piles of empirical data, which ended up producing three reports on Do we need a basic rewrite of No Child Left Behind?
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I want to raise a subject which has not been discussed so far–the impact of NCLB on universities, teacher education, and teachers. There is a fairly heated debate about whether teaching is a profession (requiring substantial education before entering a Do we need a basic rewrite of No Child Left Behind?
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I spent much of the day on an airplane and just read through all of today’s postings in succession. I was surprised at the commonality of views the group shares, given the broad diversity of our politics and positions. Most Do we need a basic rewrite of No Child Left Behind?
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