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November 21, 2013

The Hard Part: Defining Democracy

We're not natural-born democrats, but we are natural born "intellectuals," "theorists," "jokers," "reflecters," plus possessors of plenty of grit.

November 19, 2013

Educating for Democracy-and Liberty

At their best, our schools have always welcomed children into the body politic, while also serving as engines of upward mobility, individual agency, and self-fulfillment.

November 14, 2013

Before 'What' (We Teach) Comes 'Why'

I want communities, teachers, and students to have lively discourse about what "the future" will look like, rather than "teaching to" a preordained one.

November 12, 2013

Ed Reform Needs a Nixon-to-China Moment

One of the unfortunate effects of our polarized education climate is that it makes enemies of people who might be able to add value to each other's work.

October 29, 2013

Making Better Sense of Our Differences

Is it really "virtuous" to put one's own children ahead of everyone else's? That baffles me. Have I misunderstood you?

October 08, 2013

Faith in Social Mobility Isn't Enough

Test-score achievement may lead to a BA, MA, or PhD, but it isn't the route to a good job if enough good jobs don't exist.

October 01, 2013

Democracy Is an 'Idea,' Not a Recipe

I want some things to "matter" to students, their families, and the school community—and citizens writ large. Habit #5 of our "Habits of Mind" is: "Who cares? Why does it matter?"

June 27, 2013

Thoughts for Summer: Aspirations, Not Requirements

Add to your goals for students some aspirations that cannot be the basis for graduation, but are perhaps just as important.

June 25, 2013

Changing the World, Step by Step

Armed with convincing data, our movement will earn a larger seat at the education reform table.

June 20, 2013

Schools & What We Mean by Being 'Successful'

Many find it hard now to imagine being "just" lifelong classroom teachers or even principals for decades. Those "justs" are my heroes.

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