Will Standardization Give Way To Personalization?

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Two former Boston School Principals took issue last week with a Harvard Professor who was promoting personalization: As longtime school leaders, we’re delighted that Paul Reville has discovered the potential of personalization to improve our schools and student learning (“America’s … Continued

We Need to Unify

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If there is one thing that still resonates from September 11, it is the fear that we all felt, and the hope that we could pull together to fight this fear. The unity we all felt was unbelievable. We had … Continued

Evidence is Critical to Survival

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We are continuing our fight against the COVID 19 virus, but evidence from science continues to be questioned, when on the contrary, the real problem is not the science, but the acceptance of the science by people in our country … Continued

Schools Are Losing Students

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As the pandemic took hold, more than 1 million children did not enroll in local schools. Many of them were the most vulnerable: 5-year-olds in low-income neighborhoods. New York Times, August 7, 2021 The Pandemic’s toll is vast. The closing … Continued

Who Wants to Start a School?

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Whenever some teacher approaches me to ask about starting a school, I always ask them three questions: Who Wants to Start A School? Most educators have had the thought about starting a school. This may have started as a frustration … Continued