We have graduates doing amazing work all over the world. We’ve highlighted six of them — one per continent (sorry, Antarctica) — working in schools and districts, at education nonprofits and NGOs, as education entrepreneurs, and with government agencies.
Students are often discouraged from watching the movie version of a book, for fear that it will discourage reading. But doctoral student Tracy Elizabeth, Ed.M.’10, and Professor Robert Selman, think the two genres can work well together — and they have a new educator’s resource guide for The Giver to prove it.
We teach a lot that isn’t going to matter, in a significant way, in students’ lives, writes Professor David Perkins in his new book, Future Wise. There’s also much we aren’t teaching that would be a better return on investment.