Category Archives: Education

How Silicon Valley Influences Public School Curriculum

Natasha Singer writes today in the New York Times about the impact Silicon Valley is having in and on public education. This is part of an ongoing series that I’ve been waiting for some time for someone outside of the … Continue reading

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Ed Week Story on School Libraries and Makerspaces

Thank you to Jacob Bell and¬†Education Week¬†for including Michigan Makers and me in “School Librarians Push for More Makerspaces,” which appeared in the May 12 digital edition and the May 13 digital edition. We were especially charmed to see two … Continue reading

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Quotable: NYTimes Letter to the Editor

“Which Way” by oatsy40 on Flickr. CC-BY. “A ‘temp’ work force does not improve education or erase the achievement gap.” From “Invitation to a Dialogue: The Art of Teaching,” a letter to the editor by David Greene

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