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April 06, 2015

Atlanta Injustice Demands a Response

As a teacher, I do not tolerate cheating by my students, but I also take responsibility for creating assessment conditions that minimize cheating. Will any policy makers accept responsibility for the conditions surrounding the Atlanta test-cheating cases?

March 27, 2015

Libraries and Librarians: Essential to Thriving Schools

While it's clear that libraries and librarians have a significantly positive impact on students and schools, we still have to fight to keep these vital resources in our schools and municipalities.

March 09, 2015

Speed Up and Slow Down

Living with the ambiguity, the occasional dissonance, and remaining positive - that's what the team seemed to have achieved, and modeled for the rest of the group.

March 01, 2015

Promoting Serendipity in Education Policy

Is it possible to craft education policy that takes into account the value of serendipity in learning?

February 11, 2015

Why Employers Care What Workers Want

Teachers are often told that if we were employed in "the real world" then we'd have to adapt to competition and performance incentives. As it turns out, in the real world, the workplace sometimes adapts to the worker.

January 26, 2015

Learning That Lasts

I find myself wrestling with an idea that's mildly unsettling for my practice: maybe we teachers worry too much about knowledge.

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