The Answer Sheet: education schools
My friend and colleague Jay Mathews, the most knowledgeable education reporter ever, challenged me to a debate. It evolved into a discussion about Teach for America. Here it is.
By 05:00 AM ET, 12/10/2010 |
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With the NFL draft underway, here's a look at the schools that have had the most players drafted over the years-- and each team's graduation rates. Some of them are well below 50 percent.
By 10:26 AM ET, 04/23/2010 |
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Ohio state and graduation rate,
UCLA and graduation rate,
University of Miami and graduation rate,
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It's the time of year for more U.S. News & World Report rankings, these of graduate schools around the nation. The methodology is very very complicated, but it's hard to find much meaning in any of this.
By 06:30 AM ET, 04/16/2010 |
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By Arthur Levine. Education Secretary Arne Duncan's speech at Columbia University's Teachers College represents a reversal of a recent trend: Government and philanthropy have tended to turn away from education schools, increasingly viewing them as poor in quality and unwilling to change..... He called for "revolutionary change" at these schools.
By 11:15 AM ET, 10/30/2009 |
Education Secretary Arne Duncan,