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"Embracing Uncertainty"

My essay “Embracing Uncertainty: Project-Based Learning and Vocation” is up at The Infinity School website. You can read it here:


The Infinity School

My View: Let parents wield school spending power

The National Association of Education Progress reports that only 34 percent of Oregon fourth-graders tested ‘proficient’ in reading in 2015; and Oregon has the third-worst high school graduation rate in the country. 28 more words

Portland Tribune

Caribbean Education at a Glance

From its inception in early 1800s in Prussia, compulsory public education was created as a means of population control. Not, as we are told from birth, as a means of upward mobility or to improve our standard of living. 617 more words

Caribbean Education

Teacher Tests Test Teachers

Originally published in The American Prospect on July 18, 2017.

The Houston teachers union scored a legal victory in May when a federal judge found that the Houston school district’s system of evaluating teachers could  3,049 more words

My Blogs are Translatable into More than a Hundred Different Languages

It is possible to translate this (my Education, Business, & Social Innovation blog) into more than a hundred different languages by scrolling to the very bottom of the page and clicking the “Select Language” feature. 213 more words

Education Reform

Editorial Peddles School Privatization Agenda

The San Diego Union editor deserves the bunkum efficiency award for packing so much baloney in a scant four paragraphs. The first sentence of the editorial headlined “ 1,968 more words


Chiapas: 44 Secondary Schoolteachers Arrested in Tuxtla during Eviction of Sit-in

Eviction of teachers in Tuxtla Photo: @Proceso

On July 11th at 3 am, the eviction of the Second Technical School Teachers that had been in the city of Tuxtla since July 3rd took place. 386 more words

Human Rights