Jay Mathews
The Demarees of Bethesda seem to be a normal American family, but wait. They didn't tell their children what their SAT scores were? They didn't do test prep? They didn't hire tutors? Could they have the answer to America's obsession with college admission?
This family doesn't live by the numbers (Post, March 7, 2011)
The math doesn't add up at TJ (Post, February 28, 2011)
Is America's best high school soft on math? (Post, February 27, 2011; 11:29 PM)
Md. civics test has good friends in teachers (Post, February 21, 2011)
Jay Mathews: Md. teachers' support shows why state civics exam must be saved (Post, February 20, 2011; 10:43 PM)
'Bee Eater' takes a critical lookat Rhee's tenure (Post, February 14, 2011)
Michelle Rhee's tenure in D.C. gets critical look in Richard Whitmire's 'Bee Eater' (Post, February 13, 2011; 6:03 PM)
High-schoolers' 'recess': Benefit or brain drain? (Post, February 7, 2011)
High-schoolers' 'recess': Benefit or brain drain? (Post, February 6, 2011; 7:10 PM)
TV high school: Too much 'Glee,' too little studying (Post, January 31, 2011)
Too much 'Glee,' not enough studying, in TV shows about high school (Post, January 30, 2011; 5:36 PM)
Is KIPP abandoning the neediest kids? (Post, January 23, 2011; 6:10 PM)
JAY MATHEWS: School boards can still play vital roles (Post, January 17, 2011)
Who needs school boards? (Post, January 16, 2011; 7:07 PM)
Who needs school boards? (Post, January 16, 2011; 6:15 PM)
JAY MATHEWS: How to turn textbook errors into a good thing (Post, January 10, 2011)
Why history book mistakes can be good (Post, January 9, 2011; 6:17 PM)
What some call cheating can help learning (Post, December 23, 2010; 10:18 PM)
To gauge safety better, schools need to survey teachers regularly (Post, December 19, 2010; 7:09 PM)

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