Archive | October, 2015

Who needs levels anyway?

30 Oct

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About

30 Oct

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HOW TO MAKE A BOOK COVER

29 Oct

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How to Stop Bristling at Feedback

28 Oct

Source: How to Stop Bristling at Feedback

Life after levels… although not quite yet.

27 Oct

Source: Life after levels… although not quite yet.

How Sincere Leaders Sabotage Their Organizations

24 Oct

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Reporting to Parents Without Levels #SaturdayThunk

19 Oct

Source: Reporting to Parents Without Levels #SaturdayThunk

Rethinking Target Setting, Flight Paths and Pupil Tracking

19 Oct

Source: Rethinking Target Setting, Flight Paths and Pupil Tracking

British Humanist Association exposes the scandal of school admissions.

12 Oct

Source: British Humanist Association exposes the scandal of school admissions.

How Much Pay Do Executives at Education NonProfits Receive?

4 Oct

Diane Ravitch's blog

Valerie Strauss has a fascinating column about executive pay at some of our major education “nonprofits.” It is hard to see the difference between nonprofits and for-profits when you look at executive compensation. I hope she next takes a look at the compensation of charter chain executives.

According to the latest publicly available 990 tax forms filed to the IRS by the three organizations, which operate under 501(c)3 tax exempt status because of their declared educational missions:

Kurt Landgraf, now the former president and chief executive officer of the Educational Testing Service, earned for the 2013 fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2013: $1,307,314 in reportable compensation and $42,210 in estimated other compensation from the organization and related organizations. [See the ETS 990 here.]

Jon Whitmore, the chief executive officer of ACT, earned for the 2013 fiscal year ending Aug. 31, 2014: $672,853 in salary, plus a bonus of $150,000, and…

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