We don’t need another example to know what’s up. Cam Newton, NFL star with the Carolina Panthers, had just recently disrespected
Education and testing mammoth Pearson has an established history in botchinghigh-stakes testing. Pearson did it again, in
At a September 2015 United Nations Sustainable Development Summit world leaders adopted a series of goals including the promise
NYCOPTOUT has a series of Myths and Facts about the tests on its web page and instructions for how parents can opt their
She also has a second book, Common Core Dilemma: Who Owns Our Schools?. Schneider is a southern Louisiana native, career
But Riep explains that even the $500 a year per student tuition is far more than most economically disadvantaged Filipino
People are demanding to be released from the tyranny of the annual BS Test. And somehow, test manufacturers are going to try to look like heroes for offering even larger doses of what test opponents are trying to escape. Instead of of narrow, crappy data once a year, we'll be harvesting crappy data every day.
In April 2015, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) announced that it was canceling its agreement to install Pearson software on the 40,000 Apple iPads it distributed to students at a cost of $768 each. The entire LAUSD project has been a fiasco from the start.
They might not use that word, but when the mum talks of her little girl being able to read the books she was never able to, when the teenager dreams of being the first in her family to go to university, and when the young woman refuses to see a glass ceiling to her career... that is progress.
The proposed repurchase will strengthen the magazine's editorial independence, the company says.
No other advanced nation in the world evaluates its teachers on test scores or subjects it children to relentless testing and calls it "education"! Why, then, does America? The answer is simple -- there's money in it!
British publisher Pearson (PSON.L) has decided to sell the Financial Times newspaper to a global, digital news company, a
Last week Pearson lost its 40 to 50 million dollar contract to provide 3rd through 8th grade Common Core aligned high-stakes tests in New York State.
Pearson's Chief Executive Officer John Fallon, forced to respond to dissidents, declared his enthusiastic "support free public education for every child around the world." However he did not offer to provide Pearson's educational services for free.