Chess players call it endgame. In football, the quarterback two-minute drill, the “golden goal” in soccer, the last second play in basketball. As fans we regale the players and the coaches who are masterful in winning the game in the closing moments. We dun Le Bron and admire Dirk.
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- Mayoral Control and Charter Schools: Pawns on the Chessboard of Politics
- New York State Reduces Grades 3-8 Testing from Three to Two Days, and, We Learn: Test Creation is Complicated, and the Results – Relatively Meaningless.
- Saving Schools That Save Students: Alternative High Schools Are An Essential Element of School Districts
- Why Are the NYS Republicans Such Avid Supporters of Charter Schools? Think Walton Family Dollars: Boycott Walmart
- Why Do We Test Students? (Hint: Newton’s First Law of Motion) Maybe, Just Maybe, Aligned Curriculum and Instruction and School Leadership Are More Effective Approaches.
- “When Elephants Fight:” Will Political Bickering End Mayoral Control in New York City? Would NYC Return to a Politicized “Identity” Education Politics?
- Should the New York State Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Accountability Plan Punish Schools for High Rates of Chronic Absenteeism?
- The New York State ESSA Plan Released: Setting a New Path for Defining School Accountability or Recreating a Kinder “Test and Punish” Plan?