Tag: education

Call for Nominations: 2020 Ideas Worth Teaching Awards

The kind of teaching that the Awards highlight – teaching that “prepares students with the content, skills and mindset to respond to the complexity and rapidly changing issues embedded in our economic and social systems” – is ever more urgent.

A Quiet Revolution in Education

Submitted by Jennifer Hancock: Are we seeing evidence of a quiet revolution in today's education system? Lynn Parramore shares her thoughts in her article titled "Millionaire-Driven Education Reform Has Failed. Here’s What Works." Read the full article here: https://www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/millionaire-driven-education-reform-has-failed-heres-what-works  From the article: "While dilettante corporate reformers were making headlines with their quick-and-dirty education schemes, Read more [...]
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