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Our Children Are Activists, Too [BK Nation] - The Jose Vilson | The Jose Vilson

Our Children Are Activists, Too [BK Nation] - The Jose Vilson | The Jose Vilson:

Our Children Are Activists, Too [BK Nation]

by JOSE VILSON on SEPTEMBER 10, 2013
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I had the pleasure of writing for activist Kevin Powell’s BK Nation. I dedicated my first piece to children and adults’ rapid dismissal of them as a false comparison to generations past. Observe:
We’re so quick to judge our youth that we lose the opportunity to reach out to them on a real level. That especially goes for my fellow educators, a few of whom pull out the grouch card at a moment’s notice. “These kids,” usually ends with a sentence that ostracizes the children who we need to reach. “They don’t understand,” translates to “I’m frustrated because they don’t have enough context yet and I don’t know how to give it to them.”
As adults, we assume responsibility for passing traditions and stories down to our kids, and if we can’t do that, we better bring them to someone who can. We need to connect the past to the things that they get. For instance, the Trayvon Martin murder and ensuing verdict galvanized youth activists all over the country. School shutdowns have prompted students to revolt against their school districts alongside teachers, parents, and other concerned adults. Students losing their parents and
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Reflections on Teaching » Blog Archive » Common Core: Cranking out sausage

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Common Core: Cranking out sausage



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The creation of Common Core standards were not just “new” in the sense of having new standards as a final product, but new in how they were written, edited, etc. You can see from the critique from folks who have participated in the writing of past education standards like Sandra Stokoksy, and Diane Ravitch. First, the group writing the standards did not include the usual group of participants, and had one (yes “1″) teacher. No one from either academia or teaching in Early Childhood Education was included. We can see what those folks think of that. But beyond leaving out folks who are considered experts in the field, something else has happened. The standards for English Language Arts have listed two authors.  Other folks have written about how un-democratic the whole process was. What I want to show is how unprofessional this has all 



Loud Voice Fighting Tide of New Trend in Education - NYTimes.com

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Loud Voice Fighting Tide of New Trend in Education




Diane Ravitch made her name in the 1970s as a historian chronicling the role of public schools in American social mobility. In the 1990s, she went to work in the Bush administration’s Education Department, where she pushed for a rejection of 1960s relativism and a return to basics and standards. After leaving government, she called for the removal of incompetent teachers, for tying school performance to student scores, and for closing failing schools.
Now Ms. Ravitch, 75, is in the full flower of yet another stage in her career: folk hero to the left and passionate scourge of pro-business reformers. She has come to doubt the whole project of school reform, saying it will solve little without addressing poverty and segregation. “We know what works,” she writes. “What works are the opportunities that advantaged families provide for their children.”
She pumps out hundreds of barbed words on her blog and thousands of posts on Twitter. She calls the current formulas for evaluating teachers “bad science.” And she says that closing schools solves nothing.
Ms. Ravitch has a new book coming out, called “Reign of Error: The Hoax of the Privatization Movement and the Danger to America’s Public Schools,” in which she criticizes what she sees as a useless distraction from the problems of race and income inequality. She warns of “the Walmartization of American education,” and “promised miracles that would shame snake-oil salesmen.”
While previously well known in education circles, she gained a much broader audience after she publicly rejected almost everything she had once believed. In a surprise 2010 best seller, “The Death and Life of the Great American School System,” she openly declared 

LA Unified's plan to implement Common Core standards put on hold | Pass / Fail | 89.3 KPCC

LA Unified's plan to implement Common Core standards put on hold | Pass / Fail | 89.3 KPCC:

LA Unified's plan to implement Common Core standards put on hold

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The Los Angeles Unified School District's Board of Education on Tuesday delayed approval of the district's proposed $113 million budget to implement standards for Common Core – California’s new English and math standards shared with 46 other states.
The budget proposes to create 122 new teacher-coach positions, several administrative positions and sets aside money for new technology and teaching materials.  On top of that, schools would receive $70 per student to spend on professional development, technology upgrades and other needs related to transitioning to the new standards.
“It looks to me like we’ve created three levels of people supervising people below them,” said board member Bennett Kayser. He's critical of Superintendent John Deasy’s plans to hire nearly two hundred people in all. In many cases, those teacher coaches will be pulled out of classrooms.
“Who will replace them?” Kayser asked.
Board member Monica Ratliff had another problem with the teacher coaches. 
“My two cents is that we should move $24 million for teacher advisors into local 

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