What’s wrong with standards-based education? Let me count the ways.

What are standards? The word “standards” in and of itself is not a dirty word. People have standards every day– for how they will negotiate work, personal relationships, and ethical decisions. However, it seems that when we use the words “standards” associated with education too many people assume that implies something rather broad based andContinue reading “What’s wrong with standards-based education? Let me count the ways.”

The Corporate Global Privatizing Complex

Most folks are versed in (or at least have heard of) terms like “military industrial complex,” “factory farms” or even “education industrial complex” (a phrase used by educator Troy Grant and others). I believe these terms are still useful for a qualitative description of some of the facets of what we are witnessing education reformContinue reading “The Corporate Global Privatizing Complex”

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