Standardized Testing – Separating Wheat Children from Chaff Children

by Alfie Kohn

Whoever Said There’s No Such Thing As a Stupid Question Never Looked Carefully at a Standardized Test

by Alfie Kohn

Seven ways tests mislead us, and more

by Deb Meier

The advocate of teaching over testing

Interview with Jonathan Kozol

A Test Everyone Will Fail

by Gerald Bracey

A principal on standardized vs. teacher-written tests

Interview with George Wood

Raise Test Scores or Die

by Susan Ohanian

Rescuing Our Schools from “Tougher Standards”

by Alfie Kohn

About Those Tests I Gave You • An Open Letter to My Students

By Ruth Ann Dandrea

Playing Smart • Resisting the Script

by Wayne Au

Standardized Testing Undermines Teaching

Interview with Diane Ravitch


by Gerald W. Bracey

My year in teaching school and my politics…

From 2EyesOpen

Seattle teachers resist standardized testing

by Mamos  from the Black Orchid Collective

The Chicago Teachers’ Strike and Beyond: deepening struggles in the schools

by Mamos from the Black Orchid Collective

Once Again on Education: Beyond Ordinary Leftism

by John Garvey 

Preliminary Observations on the Chicago Teachers’ Strike

by John Garvey

Class Struggle Beyond Unionism  — Boston-Area Public Workers’ Ferment, 1981–82

by Loren Goldner

What Americans Keep Ignoring About Finland’s School Success

The Scandinavian country is an education superpower because it values equality more than excellence.

Still Separate, Still Unequal: Racism, Class and the Attack on Public Education, with Brian Jones

Choice Without Equity:
 Charter School Segregation and the Need for Civil Rights Standards


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