- "What Freakonomics did in raising our collective economic literacy, this book does for the economics of schooling." -Kate Walsh, President, National Council on Teacher Quality
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Welcome to the Profit of Education website. Continuing the conversation begun in the book Profit of Education, we discuss the latest economic evidence on education reform.
“Easy A’s and What’s Behind Them,” by Hannah Putnam, Julie Greenberg, and Kate Walsh at the National Council on Teacher Quality, adds to the evidence that schools of education give out an awful lot of high grades. The NCTQ folks … Continue reading
Let me quote Kate Walsh: One of the obstacles to states putting in new evaluation systems which use any test score data is the pushback from teachers. Teachers worry a lot that their rating will depend more on who they teach, … Continue reading
Julie Greenberg and Kate Walsh over at NCTQ wrote a great editorial in the most recent Teacher Quality Bulletin. Actually, the comment could have been aimed right at me. Here’s a brief excerpt. We know we’re not cool for saying so, but teacher … Continue reading