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Category Archives: explanations
The Art of Writing in the Digital Age
As many of you know, I started the LD Podcast when my kids were small, because they had learning struggles, and one went to a school for kids with learning disabilities for a number of years. Along the way, I … Continue reading
One of the hardest things about running for public office is dealing with partisanship, no matter what party you identify with politically. There are “fundamentalists” on each side of the political spectrum. The truth, however, is that most of us … Continue reading
How Do We Judge Quality?
Fox News posted an article recently that said many more people are using online ratings in order to choose a doctor. Apparently 59% now say these ratings are either somewhat important or important when choosing a new doctor. Similarly, The … Continue reading
Seeing Unions Through The Eyes of Teachers
This past weekend at Educon 2.6, Kevin Jarrett and I hosted a session entitled “How Unions Can help Foster Education Reform”. This was prompted by a question I have had for a long time, which is whether the public view … Continue reading
Make it Viral?
One of the great discussions over the weekend at BarCamp News Innovation/Creation Camp, Started by Greg Linch from the Washington Post was about how ideas spread, and discussing what elements might exist to make something go “viral”. There was another interesting … Continue reading