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Who They Gonna Call? Bias at the New York Times on Education Reform; by Susan Ohanian

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Susan Ohanian has written a scorching article about the New York Times coverage of education. She documents the newspaper's lack of attention to big issues, its reliance on a small number of conservative commentators as experts, and its consistent editorial support for high-stakes testing, No Child Left Behind, Race to the Top, and other failed policies. As we read this over-the-top legerdemain about the Common Core—verified by absolutely no evidence from research or classroom practice—we have to wonder about the absence of those reportorial strategies so clearly outlined by the Pulitzer science reporter.


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