Monthly Archives: June 2009

Why Schools Can’t Be “Fixed” or What the Dewey Decimal System tells us about the Future of School

It’s not that fixing/reforming/restructuring/reinventing schools is too tough for us to do. It’s not that we have failed to recognize many of the problems that children in school are having ; it’s not that it’s too large or complex a … Continue reading

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What Teachers Do Best

Do What You Do Best and Outsource the Rest. Did anyone else see the eschoolnews.com piece that was picked up in the ASCD hotline last week (http://www.eschoolnews.com/news/top-news/index.cfm?i=58946)? In a nutshell it noted that after spending billions of dollars on the … Continue reading

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