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- Are Sweden’s For-Profit Voucher-Funded Schools that Promote Creativity the Future of Learning?
- The Conscious Creation of Culture as the Goal of Education
- Learnable Intelligence and Taking Refined Pedagogical Practices Seriously
- Aligning Value Creation with Profitability Across Society
- If We Had a Way to Increase IQ and Develop the Prefrontal Cortex of Inner City Youth Would We Implement It?
Monthly Archives: August 2011
My friend Ariel Miller and I are opening the Bronze Doors Academy in Austin, with classes starting Aug. 31, 2011. It is: A college prep, liberal arts program for junior high and high school. Available full time or course-by-course for … Continue reading
Imagine an artist whose work was completely governed by a set of rules created by a committee, which met periodically to change those rules. Sometimes the artist would be allowed to paint with oils, other times she would be required … Continue reading
A follow-up to “The First Three Days of Socratic Practice in an Inner City Classroom” for those who read it: Four Months Later Four months later the classroom has been transformed. We have a group of business leaders, mostly women, … Continue reading
I just spoke with someone from Democrats for Education Reform. Their statement of principles is nothing less than heroic: A first-rate system of public education is the cornerstone of a prosperous, free and just society, yet millions of American children … Continue reading
About eight years ago, while I was still the principal of Moreno Valley High School, I completed a 400 page manuscript on my experiences in K-12 education to date. I hired a professional editor to pull it together for publication … Continue reading