Sunday, January 16, 2005

When We Think About It

If we really wanted to improve education in the United States as the Bush administration often suggests, what should they be doing? It’s not clear that they are trying to improve education, but instead repair something that the Bush administration appears to believe is broken. If its broken, why not fix it? If its not broken, why not support it?

An article in today's New York Times, How We Learn, set me to thinking that we could do something to improve the chances that American education will improve. Let's figure out how we learn and then model our schools to reflect that.

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