Monthly Archives: July 2014

Public or Charter?

Geoffrey Canada resigned a number of months ago as head of the Harlem Children’s Zone. The Harlem’s Children’s zone was a much hailed charter academy for elementary students. Geoffrey Canada was an inspiring leader, but how much impact has this … Continue reading

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So many applications…

Just returned from attending the ISTE (International Society of Technology in Education) conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference was attended by over 14,000 people — teachers, administrators, and other educators all crowded into one conference center. The goal for these … Continue reading

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