Our Technology Made Schools: Toward a Philosophy of Educational Technology

Is technology a neutral tool or does it have implications for fundamental questions about curriculum studies & the mission, vision, values and goals of contemporary educational institutions? How does technology Continue Reading →

What if Schools Were Penalized for Overemphasizing Standardized Tests?

In 5 Things I Learned, Jeb Bush wrote, “If we are going to prepare students to compete in a knowledge-driven world, we need to set higher standards for achievement in Continue Reading →

A Coming Luddite Rebellion Among Educators?

In the early 19th century, textile artisans in England became displaced by new machinery and low-skilled workers. Groups rebelled by┬áburning mills, damaging machinery, sending death threats, even fighting with British Continue Reading →