Unfinished business

Penny Sanders, Kentucky’s first-ever director of the Office of Education Accountability, has been involved with KERA from the get-go. So, comments in her post about “Unfinished Business” are worth everyone’s time to read. I talked to Penny about “Unfinished Business,” and she definitely thinks it is time to look at charter schools as a way…

What do NAEP scores for learning disabled students really show?

– Quick answer – no-one is really sure Over at the Prichard Blog they are happy about a simplistic comparison of the performance of Kentucky’s students with learning disabilities on the federal government’s National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) tests. Let’s temper that enthusiasm a bit. As recently reported in Education Week (subscription), the people…