When I was in middle school, my uncle asked my what I’d learned that day. I answered, “Pi R square.” My uncle, who was a bit unsophisticated answered, “Honey, they are teaching you wrong. Everyone knows pies are round. Corn bread are square.” …[read more]
Born in Chicago on April 22, 1902, Ralph W. Tyler was a visionary educator and a leading proponent of student-centered learning. At the request of the Carnegie Corporation, he chaired a committee that developed the National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, in 1967. Today, NAEP is known as the “Nation’s Report Card” and it remains the most reliable national data on student achievement.
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Congratulations to the Houston ISD for winning the 2013 Broad Prize for Urban Education! The Broad Prize is awarded annually …