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The market place rules.

The market place rules.

The market place rules.

It demands that education be cheap and perfunctory, a baby sitting service run by those who are there to make a profit.  229 more words

Politics

The Will to Think

Critical thinking is much talked about these days in education circles but it is rarely defined, possibly because it defies black-and-white definition. Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart is often quoted about how to define certain kinds of adult entertainment—he knew it when he saw it. 130 more words

"There's No Such Thing As Going To College Getting A Career And Making A Life"

“We will never succeed believing you need college to make money.’

Guest post by Gary Elwell.

I saw the photo meme below on Facebook and thought that it raised some interesting questions. 223 more words

Manufacturing Careers

Education Without Walls

I’ve pondered the word authenticity lately. How can we be authentic? How can we have truly authentic relationships? How can we create authentic experiences and lessons? 498 more words

Thinking Critically About Critical Thinking

Assumptions, routines, and apathy. These are three conditions that, if left unchecked, can turn into terminal diseases in your organization. They are potentially terminal because unchecked assumptions, routines, and apathy hinder growth and innovation. 421 more words

Leading Organizations

As a kid I learned that when your parents have you dead to rights … lie, lie, lie, and never stop lying. Now I was maybe eleven but there is a political party today that uses the same tactics. 193 more words

Politics

The market place rules.

The market place rules.

The market place rules.

It demands that education be cheap and perfunctory, a baby sitting service run by those who are there to make a profit.  227 more words

Politics