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April 24, 2015

Watching North Star Academy Teach Shakespeare

Yesterday I observed English classes at Newark's North Star Academy College Preparatory High School. From an instructional perspective, it was breathtaking.

April 22, 2015

On Doing Versus Arguing: The Power of Teacher Choice

Teachers deserve to choose their school based on its vision and to know that others have chosen intentionally as well. This creates fidelity, which is key to schools' success.

April 20, 2015

Teachers Without Cages: Teachers and Their Talent for Problem-Solving

Teachers are full of entrepreneurial, problem solving talent. This is the most important link between Teach Like a Champion 2.0 and The Cage-Busting Teacher.

April 16, 2015

Finding Needles in Rapidly Growing Haystacks: The Challenge of Data in Education

We have so much data in education, but just because it's collected does not mean that it is particularly valuable or even usable.

April 15, 2015

Name That Baby: Why 'Non-Cognitive' Factors Need a New Name

The term "non-cognitive" factors manages to be simultaneously vacuous and misleading. This has real consequences for education and should be remedied.

April 14, 2015

The Future of Professional Development Is Teacher Empowerment

During my time in Baltimore, the Baltimore City Public School System developed toward what I believe is the future of professional development for teachers in the United States.

April 13, 2015

What Should We Teach Students About Their Role in the World?

I see many schools struggling with the tension between promoting student leadership and ensuring they learn everything in the curriculum.

April 10, 2015

Introducing Your Special Guest Stars: Lemov, Chartock, Eskelsen García, & More!

With The Cage-Busting Teacher arriving later this month, I'm taking a blogging sabbatical. Here's your lineup of guest stars.

December 24, 2014

A Christmas Truce in the Education Reform Wars (Part II)

On Monday, I described the opportunity for a Christmas truce in the education reform wars. Today, I offer 4 concrete steps to achieve it.

December 22, 2014

A Christmas Truce in the Education Reform Wars (Part I)

Too many people in education have caricatured their opponents and are stuck in ideological trenches. I offer ideas for a Christmas Truce, like the one in World War I.

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