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.
Linda Darling-Hammond and AFT President Randi Weingarten discuss how new standards cannot succeed under an old accountability system.
In the magazine Principal, Linda Darling-Hammond argues that new performance assessments can help improve instruction and guide school improvement.
Diane Ravitch's blog features a post by Linda Darling-Hammond on how to treat the Common Core State Standards as guideposts and not straitjackets.
Linda Darling-Hammond and Frank Adamson write that open-ended, teacher-scored assessments that reinforce higher-order thinking skills are affordable and within reach.
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.