Tuesday, June 17, 2008

A Voice Cries Out

Here's some righteous outrage about incomptence and log-rolling in the testing-and-publishing racket, at The Chancellor's New Clothes. This appears to be part of some ongoing vendetta against McGraw-Hill by the joint authors ("A Voice in the Wilderness" and "Learners Inherit the Earth"). Good. Including the link to this anti-testing piece in The Nation was also very commendable.

Also spotted today: a favorable review for a remediation program, by Margaret UD Soltan (blogging at IHE). The basement of the tower is mentioned.

"Reading Between the Lines"; Stephen Metcalf; January 28, 2002.

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