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Big Thinkers: Linda Darling-Hammond on Becoming Internationally Competitive

February 9, 2010

Linda Darling-Hammond discusses what the United States can learn from high-achieving countries on teaching, learning, and assessment.

 

Camille Charles on Black Identity

October 11, 2011

Professor Charles discusses her latest research on the racial identities of Black college students.

 

The Service of Democratic Education

October 4, 2011

Linda Darling-Hammond delivered the commencement address at Columbia University's Teachers College on May 18, 2011, where she was awarded the Teachers College medal for distinguished service.

 

Want to Achieve Educational Equity?: Pay Attention to the Culture of Schooling Too!

August 12, 2010

A presentation by Prudence L. Carter of Stanford University at the Canadian Education Association's (CEA) 2010 colloquium on equity.

What ESEA Should Do to Improve Teacher Quality and Equity: Ana Sol Gutierrez

March 30, 2011

Elected officials and education and civil rights experts discuss much-needed changes in federal education statutes to ensure equity and quality in low-income classrooms.



 

What ESEA Should Do to Improve Teacher Quality and Equity: Tanya Clay House

March 30, 2011

Elected officials and education and civil rights experts discuss much-needed changes in federal education statutes to ensure equity and quality in low-income classrooms.



 

Linda Darling-Hammond on Performance-Based Assessment

December 1, 2008

Linda Darling-Hammond discusses international practices of performance-based assessment and how these practices compare with American assessments. 

 

Linda Darling-Hammond at the Iowa Education Summit

July 25, 2011

Linda Darling-Hammond's speech to the Iowa Education Summit on issues of school restructuring, teacher quality, and educational equity.

 

What High-Achieving Nations are Doing to Prepare Students for Success

October 1, 2009

Linda Darling-Hammond's address to the Asia Society about what the United States can learn about education from high-achieving nations around the world.

What ESEA Should Do to Improve Teacher Quality and Equity: Beth Glenn

March 30, 2011

Elected officials and education and civil rights experts discuss much-needed changes in federal education statutes to ensure equity and quality in low-income classrooms.



 

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