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A Better Understanding of the Critical Role of High School Principals in Chicago

I was able to attend an event on Monday, sponsored by Forefront’s CCAPS and Human Capital subcommittees.  The event, “The Role of Principals in High Schools in Chicago Public Schools” included presentations and panel discussions that were incredibly enlightening for those of us who have not worked in the secondary education space directly. 129 more words

Secondary Education

[David E. Bernstein] Something is Amiss in the History Profession

No, this isn’t another post about that horrible Nancy MacLean book, but it is related. As an early, vociferous critic of the book, I wound up in email, blog, and Twitter debates with some of her defenders among fellow historians, especially those who purport to specialize in intellectual history. 11 more words

Call for Contributors for September 2018 Issue, "The Education of a Nation"

The Activist History Review invites proposals for our September 2018 issue, “The Education of a Nation.”

The history of the relationship between education and representative, democratic governance is plagued with the same tensions found elsewhere in the American past. 249 more words


Govt may soon approve regulator for vocational training

Business Standard | Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi |  August 5, 2018 |

The Cabinet will soon consider a proposal for setting up a regulator for vocational training on the lines of the AICTE to improve the quality of skilled manpower, according to government officials. 146 more words

Engineering Education

Go Set a Watchman

In Harper Lee’s surprise first-draft turned followup to Mockingbird, Lee charts the journey of  a 26 year old Scout (now simply Jean Louise) who returns to Maycomb, Alabama for an annual vacation away from her new home in New York City.  657 more words

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Help! We're About to Navigate the Dutch Secondary Education System

My eldest is currently rounding off in group 7. It means that next year we will be looking for a secondary school for him to attend the following the year. 466 more words