5 “What If” Questions for Engaged Education

January 9th, 2014 What if…. teachers asked students: “What would you like to learn today?” What if…. administrators asked teachers: “What values are your students learning?’ What if…. parents were asked to express what they want their children to learn? What if…. overall well-being were the first outcome we assessed? What if…. schools set out to discover the unique traits […]

Greece: Teachers’ strike, attacks on public education & privatization

September 26th, 2013 Like most of you, I’ve been watching the events in Greece unfolding from the sidelines. We have all been following the economic breakdown of the country and threats by the EU to rescind Greece’s EU member status. As Greece’s economy continues to spin out of control, giving rise to right wing fascist […]


February 16, 2012 Of course we all know that the crumbling Education System in America is but a microcosm, (if you choose to regard education in such a manner), of the general state of daily life for the 99%. The latest mind-numbing statistics on poverty, “One out of every two Americans are currently living either […]