Month: September 2016

One Good Question with Denese Shervington: How do we re-engage the Black middle class in public education?

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One Good Question

This post is part of a series of interviews with international educators, policy makers, and leaders titled “One Good Question.”  These interviews provide answers to my One Good Question (outlined in About) and uncover new questions about education’s impact on the future. In what ways do our investments in education reveal our beliefs about the next generation’s role in the world? I think the investment is in trying to find a formula that can get more […]

One Good Question with Peter Howe: Are We Incentivizing the Right Behaviors for Teachers and Students?

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International Education / One Good Question

This post is part of a series of interviews with international educators, policy makers, and leaders titled “One Good Question.”  These interviews provide answers to my One Good Question (outlined in About) and uncover new questions about education’s impact on the future. In what ways do our investments in education reveal our beliefs about the next generation’s role in the world? I trained as an economist (then an art historian, then an educator), so I’m fascinated […]

7 books, 2 talks, 1 TV show and Al Pacino – what One Good Question folks are reading

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Accountability / Collective Impact / One Good Question / Questions / School Design

During every One Good Question interview, we have awesome side conversations and anecdotes that don’t make the final edit.  I’ve noticed my reading list grow in direct relationship to our side bars.  As you start planning your personal fall syllabus, here are a few titles that might resonate:   On design Aylon Samouha: The End of Average: How we succeed in a world that values sameness, Todd Rose  Rose opens his Ted Talk and book with […]