By MOTOKO RICH Published: February 9, 2013
(Jesse Hagopian is a source for this New York Times article and is quoted on the debate surrounding reauthorizing the No Child Left Behind Act.)
WSJ: Seattle Teachers Protest Exams (January 25, 2013, 6:46 p.m. ET)
“Jesse Hagopian and other Seattle teachers protested standardized exams Wednesday.”
By Linda Shaw, Seattle Times education reporter, December 16, 2009
Jesse Hagopian, a middle-school teacher and son of former Seattle School Board member Amy Hagopian, hopes to stop plans to close Seattle schools by uniting parents in one big anti-closure group.
By Valerie Strauss on February 2, 2013
“Starr’s critique was echoed by Seattle teacher Jesse Hagopian…”
By SUSAN PAYNTER, P-I COLUMNIST Published 10:00 pm, Thursday, January 25, 2007
Why is the Garfield High history teacher leading a boycott against standardized testing? Perhaps to lock up the next decade’s worth of Teacher of the Year awards from a grateful student body.
By John Young, Regular Contributor (Friday, March 1, 2013).
Jesse Hagopian is doing more than teaching history.
Green Party advocate Peter Camejo said yesterday that voters have no choice without a strong third party and urged a crowd gathered in the District to support Ralph Nader’s bid for the presidency.
In a victory for Seattle teachers protesting the exams known as the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP), high schools won’t have to give the exams starting next fall… At Garfield, where the boycott began in January, teachers rejoiced Monday after school let out, high-fiving each other in the halls, said Garfield teacher Jesse Hagopian, one of the leaders of a protest that has drawn national attention…