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Building a Career Pathway for Quality Teaching

January 20, 2012

Sherene Judeh and Anna Martin discuss ways to develop and retain excellent teachers by building career pathways for quality teaching

 

Principles to Guide Teacher Evaluation Reforms

January 20, 2012

David Cohen and Anthony Cody discuss research, policy, and practice to guide teacher evaluation reforms.

 

Peer Review for Better Evaluation and Labor-Management Relations

January 20, 2012

Dan Humphrey and Julia Koppich discuss a study examining the effects of using peer assistance and review (PAR) in two California districts.

 

Supporting World Class Teaching in California Part III

January 20, 2012

Part III of Linda Darling-Hammond's presentation on what is needed to develop a more powerful and well-supported teaching force in California..

 

Supporting World Class Teaching in California Part II

January 20, 2012

Part II of Linda Darling-Hammond's presentation on what is needed to develop a more powerful and well-supported teaching force in California.

 

Supporting World Class Teaching in California Part I

January 20, 2012

Part I of Linda Darling-Hammond's presentation on what is needed to develop a more powerful and well-supported teaching force in California.

 

The Need for School Reform

January 25, 2013

Linda Darling-Hammond speaks to the City Club of Cleveland Friday Forum on the need for school reform.

 

Michael Kirst on the Common Core State Standards

October 31, 2012

In this interview (please see the linked to video), Michael Kirst discusses the state policy implications and challenges of California's implementation of the Common Core State Standards.

Busing Controversy Points to New Outlook on Neighborhood Schools

October 17, 2012

Prudence Carter joins MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry and guests to talk about education in local neighborhoods and the controversy over busing.

Where the Bus Stops: Boston Looking to Limit School Busing

October 17, 2012

Prudence Carter joins a discussion on school busing and educational inequities with MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry.

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