Students Aren’t Products: How We Think About Education by Terry Heick This post has been updated and republished from a previous version Now almost two decades into the 21st-century, we should have a look around. What you see is 21st-century
“Teachers need the vote in order to have more schools and better schools…” “Teachers need the vote in order to protect the children of their district from the vicious interests that constantly exploit them.” Any of this sound familiar? Nearly
Marzano’s 9 Instructional Strategies For Teaching And Learning by TeachThought Staff In education, louder than the call for innovation, engagement, thought, or self-direction is the call to be research-based. In fact, being research-based may even trump being data-based, the two
The New York Fed this week presented an unsettling picture of how student loans stack up to other household debt. Defaulted student loans have surpassed all other types of household debt classified as “severely derogatory,” including mortgage and credit card
There is little dispute that Sci-Hub, the website that provides free access to millions of proprietary academic papers, is illegal. Yet, despite being successfully sued twice by major American academic publishers for massive copyright infringement, the site continues to operate.
Rep. Donna Shalala, a Florida Democrat and former university president, has spent much of her first year in Congress seeking tougher federal standards on for-profit colleges, an issue that has divided members of Congress along partisan lines. Thursday, though, she
Young, university-educated people are at the center of the unfolding struggle in Hong Kong, where protesters temporarily shut the airport earlier this week in the latest development in a summer of protests set off by widespread opposition to a bill
A former Hofstra University tennis coach who was fired after being accused of sexually harassing a team athlete will be allowed to sue the university, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday. The coach had alleged, in a lawsuit dismissed
Most children enrolled in Medicaid who get a diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder don’t get timely or appropriate treatment afterward. That’s the conclusion of a report published Thursday by a federal watchdog agency, the Department of Health and Human
The area of Scholarship has been defined in a somewhat narrow sense. This is reflected in an article by Plume and van Weijen (2014), where they noted “publish or perish,” or frequent publication as the more commonly recognized method scholars
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