The Brazilian educator Paulo Freire’s book, first published in English 50 years ago, urges viewing students as interlocutors or partners in the learning process.
There’s compelling evidence for stronger student work and more meaningful instruction when grades in K-12 education are eliminated or made unrecognizable.
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In the mid-1970s, police officers were in only about 1 percent of US schools. That changed since the late 1990s.
#BlackintheIvory highlights reports of racism in academia, echoing the experiences of W.E.B. Du Bois in sociology.
Really, kids, there was a time when lots of grownups thought homework was bad for you.
When people with opinions and a platform rant about bad grammar, they're not helping, write two English professors.
We will probably remember 2020 as the time when distance education exploded. But the infrastructure that enabled this expansion was years in the making.
How to get people to stay healthy during a quarantine? Some countries have taken to a new communications strategy, and it's super cute.