Linda Darling-Hammond's blog
In a blog for Huffington Post, Linda Darling-Hammond proposes several changes in federal education law to improve assessment.
Linda Darling-Hammond argues the path to great teaching lies in recruiting top talent, ensuring that teachers meet high standards for entry, and providing them with resources.
Linda Darling-Hammond argues against a recent op-ed in The Sacramento Bee that said the Commission on Teacher Credentialing is lowering its standards.
Beyond the Bubble Test: Why We Need Performance Assessments
Linda Darling-Hammond argues that performance assessments are needed to ensure our children will succeed in the knowledge-based society they are entering.
To Close the Achievement Gap, We Need to Close the Teaching Gap
In a blog for Huffington Post, Linda Darling-Hammond says we have international evidence about something that has a greater effect on learning than testing: teaching.
In the magazine Principal, Linda Darling-Hammond argues that new performance assessments can help improve instruction and guide school improvement.
Why the NCTQ teacher prep ratings are nonsense
In an op-ed for the Washington Post, Darling-Hammond explains why the NCTQ ratings of teacher preparation programs are seriously flawed.
In this Washington Post op-ed, Linda Darling-Hammond writes about why teacher collaboration time is so important to the profession.
In an op-ed for MSNBC, Linda Darling-Hammond argues that rather than improving education, the current obsession with test scores undermines the quality of education.
An op-ed by Linda Darling-Hammond and Michael Honda on the findings of the congressionally appointed Commission on Equity and Excellence.