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Education

May 23, 2015

"Films Focused on Education Reform"

A list of movies that could well offer hope to those who worry about the current state of our K-12 schools.

I've only seen The New Public, which I liked. My family has also seen Waiting for Superman, which they liked.

I look forward to seeing If You Build It, which will be available from Amazon in June.

May 19, 2015

"Much More about MOOCs"

From Harvard Magazine, the current state of MOOCs.

May 13, 2015

"The physical toll of being an administrator"

Photographic evidence of how rough it is.

"149-Page PhD Thesis With No Punctuation Is an Anticolonialist Protest"

I trust that no comment is needed.

May 05, 2015

"We Need to Do Something About *Academic Inequality*"

Glenn Reynolds has some fun with the recent report that regarding endowments, the rich colleges and universities are getting richer.

April 30, 2015

"College Encourages Lively Exchange Of Idea: Students, Faculty Invited To Freely Express Single Viewpoint"

The Onion, of course.

April 28, 2015

"Duke still gets F for Mike Pressler’s firing"

It was slow, and very painfully, coming, but at least in this case, justice has prevailed.

April 27, 2015

"Cheated turns over a rock, fully exposing UNC's 'student-athlete' scandal"

George Leef reviews Cheated.

If you remember (or have read about) Watergate, you’ll see how closely that debacle resembles the current scandal at UNC-Chapel Hill. 

UPDATE: Link fixed now. Thanks, Dave.

April 22, 2015

"The 50 smartest public high schools in the US"

Raleigh Charter High School is #28.

April 21, 2015

"I Saw My Admissions Files Before Yale Destroyed Them"

It doesn't surprise me at all that Yale destroyed them. They really, really don't want anyone to see how that sausage is made.

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