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An example of an effective teacher, and a model for the future of education.

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Cultural Barriers to Education Reform

There are lots of reasons why reformers in education face an uphill battle. I already mentioned some of them in previous posts: 1. no shared understanding of the purpose of education at the national level, 2. a political system obsessed … Continue reading

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Woodward’s Model

I want to start a series of posts about the prospects of education reform, combining what I know about organizational and change theory. I know, boring. I promise to try and make it interesting. I will start by introducing you … Continue reading

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Shifting our thinking about education reform

I usually don’t post in the middle of the week unless something great has fallen into my lap. Well, something has. I want to start a series on education reform and this video is a perfect introduction to start us … Continue reading

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