Andre Perry has spent several years writing indignant missives about education reformers. He should write those hot pieces for black papers, and he should do it for free.
People take to the streets to fight for public education. The problem is they are never demanding America’s school children get better classroom instruction.
For those who would stand in the way of 8 million black children getting a an education: get ready to catch these hands.
When it comes to how much time we spend zoning out in the digital universe, maybe this is more of a problem for parents than children.
When it comes to school choice we should follow what our leaders do more than what they say.
Journalists continually tell the story about billionaires influencing education policy. They leave out the billionaires that fund their friends.
Sometimes choosing to homeschool isn’t the result of terrible issues with local schools. Sometimes it’s just a choice. This mother tells of her journey there. Does public education inspire a desire for learning? Or do my children generally spend most of their time wrestling with their identity, responding to labels and uncertain interactions with peers…
Something worth reading…. The emergence of a knowledge-driven society demonstrated that everything can and must change and that the process of change is a continuous search for better solutions. Indeed, new scientific discoveries and technological innovations have become an integral part of our everyday biography. Objects we had grown accustomed to having been replaced by…
If you think reading out loud is a way to bond with young people and encouraging their reading, you’re right. But there’s power in adults reading to other adults, especially the elderly.
Got a kid turned off to school? Maybe maker spaces, active learning, and hands-on projects can spark interest when traditional instruction fails. And, maybe not.