After visiting hundreds of schools over the years, I can usually tell you the values of a school in a single day,
Things are going okay, but something doesn’t feel quite right. You love education, learners, or both. That is why you became a
While attending a conference in Las Vegas many years ago, a friend gave me a free ticket to a Cirque du Soleil
Each January I notice the increase in two types of articles and social media messages from educators. One is the common lists
“The principal goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not
“Students who go to college and drop out with debt and no degree are worse off than if they would have never
For well over a decade, I’ve visited, studied, interviewed, and learned from countless innovative and experimental K-12 schools throughout the United States.
Recently, inspired by a group of colleagues to submitted and entry, I decided to offer a submission to the Re-imagining the Higher
There is a grocery store nearby that I used to frequent. It provides quality products and I valued the brands and selection.
Stay with me. I want to offer a few considerations about what I consider the inevitable transformation of education by artificial intelligence,
School is just one spoke in the wheel of lifelong learning. The more that I engage in conversations about the future of
If you go to enough conferences and hang out with enough academics, you get to meet some fascinating people, some eccentric ones
I recently read an article where an author argued that too many school leaders make their decisions based upon trends, fads, and
This is not a political statement. It is a civil plea, especially for our schools as incubators of civil discourse. It is
I hear it all the time. People talk about disengaged, disinterested, unmotivated learners. “Kids are different than they used to be,” teachers
I just released a new episode of the MoonshotEdu Show podcast, an interview with Mara Linaberger. It was a great conversation. We