The Top 10 Etale Articles in 2015

At the end of each year, I enjoy reviewing the interest garnered by different Etale articles and topics. In 2015, I published almost 200 new articles on topics ranging from Continue Reading →

Educational Policy, Chaos Theory, & Being a Humble Educational Radical

radical[rad-i-kuh l] – thoroughgoing or extreme, especially as regards change from accepted or traditional forms. – http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/radical Perhaps some of my ideas about education are radical, but I like to think that I Continue Reading →

Mom & Dad Can’t Agree & It is Hurting the Kids (a not so subtle commentary on the DOE & accreditors)

In case you missed the title, yes, this is a commentary on the modern landscape of learning organizations, the United Staes Department of Education, and regional accreditors. I have this friend named Continue Reading →

From Power Struggles to Open Discourse About the Future of Education

What is your greatest concern about the future of education? I’ve been asked this by more than a few people over the past year. My answer, it seems, is not Continue Reading →