Over at Title I Monitor Chuck Edwards takes a look at some other policy implications of the health care case the SCOTUS will hear. Here’s a 2005 post looking at Chief Justice Roberts’ take on this issue.
Some education results in this new CA poll. Count me as skeptical on the tax one though, people consistently tell pollsters they’ll pay more for education through taxes but then behave differently at the ballot box. But perhaps the fiscal situation in CA is so dire it’s going to overcome that dynamic?
Speaking of odd dynamics, the NRC report on accountability raised a lot of eyebrows when it was released. Now, Rick Hanushek directly takes it on in Ed Next. This is a debate worth watching. Implications in terms of the substance but also implications for how signals and cues travel in our field.