I think I’m just going to let higher ed be higher ed—whatever that is these days and for however long it lasts. It’s not that I couldn’t continue to write about it, as many outsiders still do, but I am… Read More ›
From their SoundCloud stream: Featured image Photo Credit: Gwen Vanhee via Compfight cc
Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
Some parents in New York have devised a creative way to protest the absurdly hard Common Core tests that most kids “failed” last spring. They are sending the scores back to the State…
A good way to return at the end of the summer, with this part dirge, part rally. It’s quite a sad story to me, even though I didn’t quite fit any of the models depicted, except in the sense of… Read More ›
Reflection on an ELI Spring Focus Session on MOOCs.
The first half of my reflection on the ELI Spring Focus Session on MOOCs.
Response to some articles about the slow pace of change in higher ed and why it might be good.