We spurn real teachers—those with the capacity to inspire—and replace them with instructors who teach to narrow, standardized tests. These instructors obey. They teach children to obey. And that is the point. - 2011/04/11
Recently President Obama started talking about the first substantive changes to the No Child Left Behind Act in its 10-year history. He argued that while the goal of closing the achievement gap between students of different ethnicities and income lev...
The Economist’s education correspondent travels to New York to learn more about the city's new experiments in public education. She considers the "missionary-style language" used by some of the city's hardest working teachers
Because they can't find jobs, 85 percent of college grads move back in with their parents after they graduate.
Back in August, we told you about a free course on artificial intelligence being offered by Stanford University, and co-taught by two world-renowned AI experts.