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Taking the press — in this case the NY Times — to task.

All sorts of people are interested in education reform – very few are content with the status quo. Yet in the press, only those who embrace a particular type of reform get the label. To be a “reformer” you have to embrace ideas that teachers and their unions don’t like – ideas such as non-unionized charter schools and teacher pay based on test scores. Go to the original…



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