Interpreting School Testing Data

Much is made of national results from the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA). I have often questioned the way results are commonly interpreted. Sharon Machlis points out several problems with these interpretations in her Computerworld blog. There are many reasons why some students do better than others on these exams. Schools and curricula are […]

Learn How to Be Better in “Why Your Boss is Wrong..”

Sometimes a news or opinion item’s importance grows over time. One such item for me is “Why Your Boss is Wrong About You.” It appeared last week in the New York Times and online at Evaluating employees is more complicated and less fair than people would like to believe. Author Samuel Culbert writes about […]