Young kids are filled with curiosity, so I wonder why we design schools that seem intent on taking that hard-wired fascination with the world and stomping it flat.
The segregationist naming of schools for those who took up arms against the nation to defend human bondage is not reflective of the values we want our kids to learn.
Getting remote education right involves more than training and better tech; it requires tackling the way we organize instruction.
I recently chatted with ACUE president Jonathan Gyurko about his organization's efforts to teach professors to be excellent educators, not just subject-matter experts.
Rick talks with former Gov. Jeb Bush about leadership in education, how remote learning worked out, and the initiative of teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If public-health officials indicate that schools can open this fall, then school systems need to find a way to do so.
Guest blogger Robert Pondiscio passes the baton to Eric Kalenze today, who shares three sound ideas for practitioners facing schooling uncertainty.
"Plans for the coming school year are being optimized for public health, not teaching and learning," says guest blogger Robert Pondiscio.
Civil society runs on cooperation and trust; hyper-partisanship defeats it, says guest blogger Robert Pondiscio, who notes that citizenship is the forgotten purpose of education.
"Keeping the focus on students and their communities is essential to the work we do as educators," says guest blogger Irvin Scott.