I know it has been a very long time since I blogged. I think I ran out of new things […]
Archive for ‘teachers’
Improving the Quality of the Teacher Pipeline
Having enough good teachers is a problem in today’s world. We obligate teachers with so much responsibility and […]
TO AP or NOT AP — Are AP Courses a “Value Added” to STEM Education?
There are many questions in my mind today as a parent of a high school senior. I wonder if his […]
Never Too Much Inspiration — Thanks @NASAJPL
I just returned from attending The Year of the Earth at The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California. JPL is managed by […]
Why Are The Energy Companies Promoting Education? Exxon Mobil Kid Friendly?
Has anyone else been puzzled by the recent bevy of ads from Exxon Mobil touting the need for better education […]
IT’S TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK–THANKS TO THOSE WHO INSPIRE
Thanks to Charles Blow for his column this past weekend (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/05/opinion/blow-teaching-me-about-teaching.html?smid=pl-share) to remind me that this week is teacher appreciation […]