What are the Barriers To Learning?

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When students have trouble learning, we turn to medication for help. But before we go there, how much have we thought about the underlying barriers to learning? For example, could their eyesight be preventing them from seeing the classroom board … Continued

What Does The Future Look Like?

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Marc Tucker is the latest educator to ask the question of educators everywhere, are we unable to provide a relevant education to students today? In his latest paper he looks at adaptation of ideas for improving education and radical rethinking … Continued

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