Tag Archives: Daniel Pink

Rethinking Education in Copan, Honduras

Last week I went to an NGO conference in Copan, Honduras, to speak on “Rethinking Education.”  If you wanted to help a poor nation become prosperous, in addition to providing a world class legal system, what would you do? You … Continue reading

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Head-On Collisions Leading to a Century of Failed School Reform

A friend of mine who happens to be an expert in educational technology, Jon Madian, sent me an interview in which he committed a mistake very similar to that committed by Seymour Papert, and 99% of those who aspire to … Continue reading

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Separation of School and State

Until and unless we develop a separation between school and state, human development will be profoundly limited around the world.  As far as I know, every nation around the world controls most of education at both the K-12 and post-secondary … Continue reading

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