Education – A New Frontier for Change
Time for a Change: Modern captains of industry take a hands-off approach to education. They don’t offer the same leadership and willingness to fight vested interests as their predecessors. Maybe it’s time that they did.
The college lecture is dying. Good riddance. By Amy X. Wang & Allison Schrager, September 6, 2017 https://qz.com/1050869/the-college-lecture-is-dying-and-good-riddance/ (Interjection- Yes, I attended many of those required, crowded mass-lecture courses in my...
Montessori education could reduce the advantage gap between rich and poor, but it’s only available to the rich
Parents have every right to pursue what they think is going to help their kids to live well. In fact, I’d argue they’re obliged to do so. But setting your child up for success in ways less advantaged kids can’t access is uncomfortable and can feel morally sketchy.