Monthly Archives: August 2018

Anxiety-based education policy: trying to future-proof the kids

Much education policy, and much education merchandise, is ‘pitched” as a solution or response the dire warnings that our kids will face a job market dramatically different from today’s. ¬†“Sixty-five percent of the jobs these kids will ¬†have don’t even … Continue reading

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Two strategies for in-service teacher learning

It is telling that we still need to make the argument that teacher professional development (PD) (for teachers already in the workforce) is not effective if it’s short and episodic. Indeed, it is possible now to state “best practices” for … Continue reading

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