Monthly Archives: July 2011

Models of Education Innovation: What Else Should We Try?

This is my latest post on Huffington Post. In comments on this and other blogs about education, one of the constant complaints from commenters is that no solutions are proposed, only reasons why some program or policy won’t or doesn’t … Continue reading

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Innovation Starts With Having Autonomy

My lastest Huffington Post, post: Innovation Starts With Having Autonomy published today. John Thompson left a comment there that reminded me of a quote I’ve used in the past.┬áIt is from Renee Moore’s blog where she quotes David B. Cohen, … Continue reading

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