The Top-10 Most Unwanted List—the Enemies of Public Education

From author, educator and education blogger Lloyd Lofthouse.  His writing can be found at: http://crazynormaltheclassroomexpose.com/ The Top-10 Most Unwanted List—the Enemies of Public Education This list reveals the most dangerous enemies of public education and how they earned their spot in infamy. To discover why they landed on this list, click the links included with each name…

In Reimagining School, What Must We Hold Onto – & What Must We Let Go Of?

Author, strategic communications consultant and education blogger Sam Chaltain raises a series of profound questions in his newest post.  His blog can be found at: http://www.samchaltain.com/ In Reimagining School, What Must We Hold Onto – & What Must We Let Go Of? Think about all the ways in which our brains are already hard-wired to think about “school.”…

Inequality Drives School Achievement Levels. Does Inequality Also Drive Education Policy?

From education blogger Jan Resseger comes; Inequality Drives School Achievement Levels. Does Inequality Also Drive Education Policy? Our society continues to become increasingly segregated not only by race but also by income—with the rich living near each other in wealthy enclaves and the poor concentrated in intergenerational ghettos.  Stanford University educational sociologist Sean Reardon documents that…