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More good response to the Klein/Rhee “Manifesto” with links to the research debunking its main proposals. From Kevin Welner via Valerie Strauss in the Washington Post.

For a concise compilation of today’s fads and gimmicks in education, go read “How to fix our schools: A manifesto by Joel Klein, Michelle Rhee and other education leaders,” published in the Outlook section of Sunday’s Washington Post.

The sort of nonsense about education found in the new manifesto has become astoundingly commonplace, but this time it came not from a Hollywood filmmaker or a Washington think-tank advocate but from the leaders of 16 of the nation’s major city school districts. Go to the original…

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