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Reflections on Illich 04: Why so long to do such simple stuff (and then get it wrong at the end of the process)
Illich, I. (1970). Deschooling Society. Cuernavaca, Mexico: CIDOC. Downloadable from: http://www.preservenet.com/theory/Illich/Deschooling/intro.html
pp. 13-14 “There are very few skills that cannot be mastered by intensive drill over a relatively short time at a cost far less than the cost of 12 years of schooling.” 527 more words
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Fall is a bittersweet time for me. This is my second fall not returning to work as a middle school English teacher, and as friends post pictures of their classrooms or of carts filled with school supplies, I can’t help but feel flashes of envy. 1,822 more words
Our Tasmanian editor, Rachel Edwards investigates the origin of the first published Australian novel, its distant legacy and the state of literacy today.
In 1825 a chap called Henry Savery, who had been sentenced for forgery was transported to Van Diemen’s land. 535 more words
NAPLAN results were released amidst much controversy due in part to the steep drop in literacy levels.
The Daily Telegraph reported on Monday 18 August, that this drop in the writing discipline occurred after schools were not given advance notice of the test content. 514 more words