Do U.S. schools really need to be disrupted?

June 23, 2016

America’s Not-So-Broken Education System

Do U.S. schools really need to be disrupted?

by JACK SCHNEIDER | The Atlantic

Everything in American education is broken. Or so say the policy elites, from the online learning pioneer Sal Khan to the journalist-turned-reformer

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Discipline in Education: A Matter of Gender?

June 22, 2016

Boys Bear the Brunt of School Discipline

Early behavioral problems more negatively impact high school and college completion rates for boys than girls.

by Lauren Camera | Education Reporter | U.S.News & World Report

The way schools respond to boys’

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Fact versus Fiction?

June 13, 2016

Strong reactions across the country.

7 things about vaccines and autism that the movie ‘Vaxxed’ won’t tell you – The Washington Post #autism https://t.co/6fKQIi5Wiz

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Fully Funding IDEA

June 13, 2016

A recent news item came out discussing the funding levels of IDEA. John spent time discussing this with Dr. Rod Berger on another episode of CoffeED.

Check out the interview here.

Here’s what John had to initially say about Schumer’s

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Huffington Post: Only a Fool Would Try to Build a Business on Public-Private Partnerships in Education

June 6, 2016

Robyn Shulman interviewed me for The Huffington Post. Here is an excerpt of the discussion:

“Life is about creating and living experiences that are worth sharing.”– Steve Jobs

Meet Mark Claypool, a pioneer in the public-private education sector who

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Are We Still Linking Socioeconomic Status to Student Outcomes?

June 3, 2016

I am sure some of you have read the article that Mark and I have bantered about recently. I wanted to continue the conversation and did so on another episode of CoffeED with edCircuit.

Check out the interview here!


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