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ERIC Number: ED512290
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2009
Pages: 44
Abstractor: ERIC
ES Review: Selections from 2008 & 2009
Smiles, Robin, Ed.
Education Sector
This third edition of the "ES Review" brings together, in one setting, some of the best work from 2008-09. It features: (1) K-12 Accountability (Measuring Skills for the 21st Century (Elena Silva); Beyond the Bubble: Technology and the Future of Student Assessment (Bill Tucker); Testing the Limits (Bill Tucker); Changing the Game: The Federal Role in Supporting 21st Century Educational Innovation (Sara Mead and Andrew J. Rotherham); Salvaging Accountability (Thomas Toch and Douglas N. Harris); and Accountability Must Be Focus of Any No Child Left Behind Overhaul (Andrew J. Rotherham)); (2) Educational Choice (Plotting School Choice: The Challenges of Crossing District Lines (Erin Dillon); More Than Choice in the District (Lisa Guido and Andrew J. Rotherham); Food for Thought: Building a High-Quality School Choice Market (Erin Dillon); Fair Trade: Five Deals to Expand and Improve Charter Schooling (Andrew J. Rotherham); and Florida's Online Option (Bill Tucker)); (3) Human Capital/Teacher Quality (Rush to Judgment: Teacher Evaluation in Public Education (Thomas Toch and Robert Rothman); The Benwood Plan: A Lesson in Comprehensive Teacher Reform (Elena Silva); Waiting to Be Won Over: Teachers Speak on the Profession, Unions, and Reform (Ann Duffett, Steve Farkas, Andrew J. Rotherham, and Elena Silva); Title 2.0: Revamping the Federal Role in Education Human Capital (Andrew J. Rotherham); and Ladders of Success: Keeping Teacher Pay on Schedule (Chad Aldeman)); (4) Undergraduate Education (Graduation Rate Watch (Kevin Carey); Ready to Assemble: A Model State Higher Education Accountability System & Grading State Higher Education Accountability Systems (Chad Aldeman and Kevin Carey); Drowning in Debt: The Emerging Student Loan Crisis (Kevin Carey and Erin Dillon); Switch Admissions to a Single Lottery (Chad Aldeman); What Colleges Can Learn From Newspapers' Decline (Kevin Carey)); and (5) Best of the Blogs (Teachers Unions and Student Achievement Redux, With Bonus Rules for the Eduroad! (Andrew J. Rotherham); Time for an Education Bailout? (Rob Manwaring); 100% or... What? (Kevin Carey); and No Cheese For You (Erin Dillon); and (5) Also from Education Sector (School Funding's Tragic Flaw (May 2008) (Kevin Carey and Marguerite Roza); Achieving Teacher and Principal Excellence: A Guidebook for Donors (September 2008) (Andrew J. Rotherham); Are We There Yet? What Policymakers Can Learn From Tennessee's Growth Model (March 2009) (Charles Barone); Online Discussions: Creating Positive Incentives for School Improvement (June 2009); Teachers Unions and Professional Work (July 2009); Events: Author Talk With Peg Tyre (November 2008); Is Technology the Answer to Rising College Costs? (December 2008); Author Talk With Jay Matthews (January 2009); and Testimony: DCPS Should Focus on Teacher Evaluations). Additional support was provided by the Doris & Donald Fisher Fund, Rodel Foundation of Delaware and Philanthropy Roundtable. For the second edition, see ED502167.]
Education Sector. 1201 Connecticut Avenue NW Suite 850, Washington, DC 20036. Tel: 202-552-2840; Fax: 202-775-5877; Web site:
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: Elementary Secondary Education; Higher Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Carnegie Corporation of New York; Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; William and Flora Hewlett Foundation; Broad Foundation; Annie E. Casey Foundation; William T. Grant Foundation; KnowledgeWorks Foundation; Lumina Foundation for Education; Charles Stewart Mott Foundation; Spencer Foundation; Smith Richardson Foundation; Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation, Parents' Educational Resource Center
Authoring Institution: Education Sector
Identifiers - Location: District of Columbia; Florida; Tennessee
Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: No Child Left Behind Act 2001