Inequality Drives School Achievement Levels. Does Inequality Also Drive Education Policy?

From education blogger Jan Resseger comes; Inequality Drives School Achievement Levels. Does Inequality Also Drive Education Policy? Our society continues to become increasingly segregated not only by race but also by income—with the rich living near each other in wealthy enclaves and the poor concentrated in intergenerational ghettos.  Stanford University educational sociologist Sean Reardon documents that…

Who’s Afraid of Music?: Arizona Racial Politics Gets Insane (Again!) via @IAmKRSOne @RATM

The piece was first posted on Julian Vasquez Heilig’s blog, Cloaking Inequity’ As his parting shot in the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) Mexican American Studies (MAS) controversy, departing State Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal found the district out of compliance with A.R.S. § 15-112 (formerly HB 2281). What did he find so objectionable about music?…