Should We Make High School Passive & Compliant to Prepare Students for College?

What happens if you go to a wonderfully innovative project-based learning high school but then end up at a traditional industrial age state University with massive lectures filled with hundreds Continue Reading →

Educational Innovation That Moves Mountains

Ben Franklin wrote, “All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable, those that are movable, and those that move.” I read Ben Franklin’s autobiography almost every year, Continue Reading →

The Hidden Truth [Weak Link] in Most Education Research Today

Much educational research has a largely unrecognized limitation. You can read study after study and miss it because it is so familiar. Here is what I’m talking about. Scan research on Continue Reading →