Monthly Archives: December 2011

Your Nominees for the World’s Most Transformational Learning Environments

I know most of us have already checked out for the year, but I wanted to share the nominees I’ve received so far in my ongoing search for the world’s most transformational learning environments. Over the past few weeks, I’ve received recommendations either via Twitter or posted comments on this blog and/or Huffington Post. I’ve […]

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Categories: Learning, Organizational Change

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The (Keynesian) Economics of School Choice

In the halls of Congress and on the presidential campaign trail, a debate is raging over which set of economic proposals to pursue in order to rebuild the national economy. At the same time, K-12 education reformers are engaged in their own frantic search for the right recipe(s) that can unlock the full power of teaching and learning. But rarely do we acknowledge that one individual stands, improbably, at the center of both debates – John Maynard Keynes.

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Categories: Assessment, Equity, Learning, Organizational Change

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GOOD Magazine Has Joined the Search…

Thanks to the fabulous Liz Dwyer at GOOD Magazine, there are more people joining in the search for the world’s most transformational schools. You can see Liz’s article and read her readers’ comments by clicking here.

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