Despite the fact that I have minimal, if any, audience here, I’ve been making considerable effort to keep writing here. By considerable effort, I mean allowing a 3-year-old to style my hair as “bunny ears” plays in the background so I can have the closest thing I get to “time to myself” to write here. Writing is good for my brain, which I already knew, but it’s always nice to have ideas confirmed.
Stuff gets real in the Atlantic when Jack Schneider talks about America’s Not-So-Broken Education System. … but I suppose it’s a lot easier to think that performance bonuses and charter schools will fix everything.
But let’s say it is broken. It sure would be nice to have The Answer to Our Education Woes. Maybe it isn’t the answer you want. It’s still a good read.
Why Discipline Should Be Aligned with a School’s Learning Philosophy states the obvious, but boy, it is hard to actually do. It sounds great in July, but I have a feeling it’s going to suck in April.