Learning on the EDge


Is anybody listening?

By Joan Richardson Two large concrete disks fitted with seats don’t attract much attention on the Brickyard gathering spot on North Carolina State University’s campus in Raleigh, N.C. When you sit on the seat in one of those disks and speak in a normal voice, sometimes even in a whisper, someone sitting in the seat …
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The California Exeptionalism: Building trust and capacity by decentralizing decisions and politics

Part II of a series that examines California’s differing approach to school reform. See the prior post — California exceptionalism: How a deep blue state took on a democratic administration and forged a new way forward in education reform — for the author’s complete view.   By Charles Taylor Kerchner The philosophy of California’s deliberately different approach …
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