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Articles from Phi Delta Kappan (May 1, 2018)

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A post millennial generation. Brief article 129
Big money and its influence on K-12 education: An interview with Sarah Reckhow: Kappan's editor talks with Sarah Reckhow about her research into the ways the Gates Foundation and other big spenders have influenced K-12 education. Heller, Rafael Interview 3824
Disparities across generations. Report 298
Engaging diverse stakeholders to strengthen policy. Stosich, Elizabeth Leisy; Bae, Soung 2894
Gearing up for FAST grading and reporting: It's time for schools to move toward a grading system that is fair, accurate, specific, and timely. O'Connor, Ken; Jung, Lee Ann; Reeves, Douglas 3114
How power really works in schools: The complex nature of power and influence means that no one is entirely without power over what happens in schools. Neumann, Jacob W. 2832
How the politicization of history education led to Michigan's fall: Are nonexperts with political agendas being given too much power in state-level educational decision making? Andrews, Gordon P.; Warren, Wilson J. 3221
Learning from failure: What can education leaders, advocates, and policy makers learn from the failures of recent high-profile school reform initiatives? Greene, Jay P.; McShane, Michael Q. 3236
Levels in the library: The stories of two 1st graders demonstrate why students need spaces where they can choose what, when, and how they read. Rumberger, Alyson 2309
PDK partners with AASA. 237
Power, influence, and deja vu. Heller, Rafael Editorial 797
Ranking teacher salaries. 101
Reducing suspensions or building relationships? Reframing the problem: Setting numerical goals to remove discipline disparities doesn't get at the deeper issues. Starr, Joshua P. 1561
Scaling up coaching--or not. Report 152
The opt-out movement and the power of parents: After years of writing and speaking about standardized testing, a veteran educator finds a new way to influence policy. Kirylo, James D. 2214
The power of peer influence to address student behavioral problems: A program in which students learn in interdependent peer groups shows promise for preventing risky behaviors. Van Ryzin, Mark J.; Roseth, Cary J. Report 2445
The relentless education beat: Education journalists have been working hard this year, and that's exactly what we need. Ferguson, Maria 1327
Tier 4 evidence: ESSA's hidden gem: Under the Every Student Succeeds Act, state education leaders have a lot of flexibility to design and test new interventions for struggling schools. Conaway, Carrie 827
What Janus means for teachers unions: The Supreme Court will soon issue a ruling on whether public employees, including teachers, can be required to pay union fees. Underwood, Julie 1441
What makes difficult history difficult?: The study of history may challenge students' preconceptions about their nation, but that doesn't mean we should shy away from hard truths. Gross, Magdalena H.; Terra, Luke 3024
When teachers become activists: For teacher activist groups, the professional is political and the political is professional. Niesz, Tricia 3026
Who do state policy makers listen to? The case of teacher evaluation: As states are being given more freedom to develop their own policies on teacher evaluation and tenure, a survey reveals which voices are most likely to influence policy. White, Rachel S. Report 2599

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