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August 19, 2011

The Best of Both Worlds

In the discussion of college and career readiness, education stakeholders sometimes get caught up in determining which ought to come first, preparation for college or preparation for career. That's a chicken or the egg argument.

August 08, 2011

Learning How to Live

It's important for our children to learn in order to earn a living, but we also need to ensure they learn how to live.

April 25, 2011

The Test Will Go On

Accountability matters, but when a school's testing schedule seems to be at least as important as the emotional welfare of the children, decision makers need to be held accountable for caring more about testing process that the children who are being tested.

April 16, 2011

The New Kid in the Classroom

In the debate about public education, what would happen if we saw people on the other side of the policy table as fellow teacher and learners?

April 09, 2011

Is it Really All in the Numbers?

Some stakeholders believe they have found the formula for success and happiness, Does Algebra II have all the answers?

February 08, 2011

I Could Have Told You So

It seems that people who live in the ivory towers of higher ed and the palaces of government bureaucracy are the last to find out. This may be breaking news to policymakers and pundits, but it's not news to most teachers. College doesn't have to be for everyone.

December 19, 2010

Naughty or Nice?

Who knew? The investigative team of the Associated Press and Stanford University has been helping with keeping up with who's been naughty and nice!

December 12, 2010

Going Green

Teachers are not an easily renewable resource so it makes sense to reuse and re-purpose them rather than discard them.

November 03, 2010

The 100-Year Homework War

Will our nation have the will to restructure how we do public education? Heck, we can't seem to reach detente in the Homework Wars!

October 20, 2010

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

Remember when they served lunch at school and dinner on airplanes? While airlines have dropped food service, D.C. schools have expanded to three meals a day.

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