Michael Petrilli

Thomas Fordham Foundation

Guest

Executive Vice President for National Programs and Policy at the Fordham Institute, a think-tank focused on K-12 education policy; author of No Child Left Behind and The Diverse Schools Dilemma: A Parent's Guide to Socioeconomically Mixed Public Schools

Michael Petrilli on KCRW

As the new school year gets under way all over the country, the New York Times is reporting “a stark about-face from just a few years ago.”

Where Have All the Teachers Gone?

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Common Core standards for math and reading were adopted by 45 governors, but they’ve since become a political football.

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" Common Core " is the new public school standards initiative requiring analytical skills with tough math problems and in-depth essays.

Is Public Education Too Soft on American Students?

" Common Core " is the new public school standards initiative requiring analytical skills with tough math problems and in-depth essays.

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