What would you rather have in America’s schools; high test scores or students who are empathetic and have strong critical thinking skills? What good is it for an individual, or for American society, if students test well but also think that Donald Trump won the 2020 presidential election?
The “more is always better” approach to instructional time is a popular and destructive fetish among educational policy makers (and one that goes hand-in-hand
There is a widespread misperception that, unless it’s a Catholic school or very expensive private school, to send your children to school in the
“Playtime is over”, says David Elkind in his March 26 New York Times Op-ed. In a previous post, I wished for the return of
Babies are organic learning machines. I’m seeing that more clearly now, from the perspective of a grandmother. Each Wednesday, when my granddaughter arrives at