Tag Archives: SBOE

Richard Lewis is “Insulted”

A few more takes on the Harvard Educational Review article Illusion of Inclusion in which we analyzed the Texas US Social Studies Standards. Radio interview on KUT. Print interview in the San Antonio Express-News “If you’re a Native American or Asian American student, your history is absent and the state board of education is sending a message that […]

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Race and NCLB Waivers: Moving Around the Chairs?

In the recent vote for 2012 Educational Policy Turkey of the Year Award, the Florida SBOE race-based test score goals came in a close second to TFA for the prize. In fact, two of my Linkedin connections made the following comments in response the posting:  I vote for ALL ESEA waivers that systematize the achievement gap in many, […]

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1st Annual Educational Policy Turkey of the Year Award

Cloaking Inequity seeks to illuminate popular and dominant ideologies that purport to foment equality and close the achievement gap. Often well-intentioned citizens support educational policy that claim to create a more inclusive and better quality education system— unbeknownst to them— instead these policies magnify and hide inequality by utilizing an elegant, yet false, bureaucracy of […]

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