Education Leaders Are We Behaving Like Washington?

When it comes to shaping education policy and practice, I fear we might be acting more like Washington lawmakers than we know.  Recently in a Bloomberg magazine article, former US Senator Gregg (R-NH) was quoted “No senator of one party expects the senator…of another party to relinquish his or her core beliefs.  It is not […]

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Race, Bias, and Learning

I was with a group of top educational leaders in Oregon yesterday.  (By the way, check out Oregon’s approach to moving to a robust system of PreK-20 education.  In Oregon, they have enacted some of the most sweeping changes to improve their schooling system than I know of in any other state.  Great executive branch, […]

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