Michigan Education Digest

NEA prez suggests teacher assessments are "satanic"

The newest edition of Michigan Education Digest is available here. Topics include the new National Education Association president calling value-added assessments for teachers the “mark of the devil,” why the University of Michigan has to pay a student group $14,000 to settle a lawsuit, and how privatizing noninstructional services could help Flint schools reduce its overspending crisis.


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