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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
This morning, I read a New York Times opinion piece called “The Great Stagnation of American Education” by Robert Gordon. My first thoughts were that it contained a lot of useful information about how important education is for long term … Continue reading
The Illusion of Safety
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin As I went to pick up my high school freshman on Tuesday for the Orthodontist, I was met by … Continue reading