Links to School Reform Blogs
If you would like your blog listed on this page, just let me know. Be sure to send me the link. I’d like to include the state you’re in at the very least, as well as your name. If you’re not comfortable with using your name, that’s fine.
Testing is not Teaching Lisa Goldman – Florida
Teachers’ Letters to Obama Nancy Flanagan, Anthony Cody & Renee Moore
Uniting 4 Kids Angela Engel and Conny Jensen - Colorado
A Million Miles Protest Against NCLB Jesse Turner – Connecticut
Children are More than Just a Test Score Jesse Turner – Connecticut
Miseducation Nation Jerome Garcia & Sahila Changebringer (Washington)
The Frustrated Teacher Jerome Garcia (TFT)
Rescue Recess for Our Children – New Jersey
OTHER BLOGS, WEBRINGS, ETC.
Anthony Cody – California “Living in Dialogue” (Teacher Magazine)
Diane Ravitch and Deborah Meier, Bridging Differences (edweek.org) Diane and Deborah discuss the school reform movement. A must read. Diane’s September 14 post is particularly enlightening and has great links.
Nancy Flanagan – Michigan “Teacher in a Strange Land” (edweek.org)
TeacherSabrina – Colorado “Failing Schools”
Chris Janotta – Chicago, Illinois – Chris blogs on the NEA’s “EdVoices”
Chris Janotta – Step Up for Public Education
Lily Eskelsen – Utah Lily’sBlackboard.org
Victoria Young – Idaho A Missing Ingredient
PURE – Parents United for Responsible Education - Illinois
Fred Klonsky’s Blog – Illinois
EdNotes- New York
Kennewick School District Citizens – eastern Washington
KeystoneState Education Coalition – Pennsylvania website
Education Votes – find out what blogs/websites originate in your state; some are written by local NEA groups; some are not
SeattleEducation2010 – Washington – excellent site by two parents. Take a look and sign the petition too!
The Washington Teacher Blog – Washington, D.C.
Coalition for Better Education – Colorado
Education Matters – Florida
Modern School – California (San Francisco)
NYC Public School Parents — New York City
An Urban Teacher’s Education – New York
Our Schools NYC – New York
Larry Miller’s Blog – Wisconsin