Value-added and the non-random sorting of kids who don’t give a sh^%t

Last week, this video from The Onion (asking whether tests are biased against kids who don’t give a sh^%t) was going viral among the education social networking geeks like me. At the same time, the conversations continued on the Los Angeles Times Value-Added story, with LAT releasing the scores for individual teachers. I’ve written manyContinue reading “Value-added and the non-random sorting of kids who don’t give a sh^%t”