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4 interesting things about UKIP’s education policies

This blog is part of a series looking at the education policies of the main parties in the UK in the lead up to the election in May. 677 more words

Article: Why Education Reform is Doomed

Check out this fascinating article on why education reform in America is doomed.  The author takes a look at the huge success stories seen over in Finland and compares that to what is being done in America. 34 more words

The Higher Education Myth

This is how the story goes. Higher education has been shown to be a path to prosperity. Those with college degrees historically earn more and have more stable and productive lives. 263 more words


Why do Missouri Lawmakers Continue to Under Fund K-12 Schools?

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch ran an op-ed I penned about Missouri’s K-12 funding formula. Here’s the intro:

How much does it cost to educate a student?

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Opinion: CEGEP Continuing Education teachers get a raw deal

I’ve been teaching physics in the Continuing Education program at Dawson College for a little over two years now. My job title — Continuing Education teacher or, more broadly, contract teacher — is the focal point of an emerging discussion in higher education. 568 more words


Systemic Changes to Fix Our Schools

How can America’s schools be fixed? It will take three systematic changes to get American’s schools back on track.

One: Re-brand the Role of  Education… 444 more words

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Please Contribute!

To Educators:

My name is Hope Arcuri and I am a freshman at Duke University double majoring in Public Policy and Global Health and minoring in Education. 308 more words