ESEA Reauthorization: A Game of Thrones

Recently I have received numerous emails from friends across the country with links to corruption and co optation in education reform (and resistance), asking me if I’d be willing to dig a little deeper into some of these issues, or share my thoughts. Honestly, I have been mentally fried lately and found it difficult toContinue reading “ESEA Reauthorization: A Game of Thrones”

Reflections on hegemony and revolution: A conflicting narrative of hope and skepticism

Why the long winded and cryptic title? It summarizes my feelings about the state of education reform including the recent revisions of ESEA/ECAA and the current state of the resistance movement. In a nut shell I find myself halfway between hope and skepticism. But….as Chris Hedges states in Wages of Rebellion, “half measures” will notContinue reading “Reflections on hegemony and revolution: A conflicting narrative of hope and skepticism”

A Message from Walking Man Jesse Turner

A guest blog from Walking Man Jesse Turner: Some walking man news for my friends. It messy, not well edited, but it is great news. Let me start with we should not expect mainstream media to cover anything we do in my opinion. We should understand they work for the reformers not us. Any noticeContinue reading “A Message from Walking Man Jesse Turner”

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Authored by Morna McDermott-A blog dedicated to democracy, public education, and the power of the imagination

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The thoughts of a retired public school teacher.