This week in education
Every Friday, Bryan will post links to articles on education that grabbed his attention.
According to a London consulting group, education spending in the United States is less efficient than most of the rest of the world.
Education Next brings attention to the uneven pace of teacher evaluation reform implementation. I responded that such reform is hard and will take time.
In a piece for Brookings, CEPR's Tom Kane argues that implementation of the Common Core and teacher evaluation reforms are complimentary.
Over at Shanker Blog, Matthew Di Carlo gets under the hood of the results of the first year of New York's teacher evaluation and discusses next steps.
TNTP talks about what a reformed system of teacher tenure might look like.