Month: December 2016

One Good Question with Ana Poncé: Is school enough for our kids?

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College / Education Equity / One Good Question / Post-Secondary Education

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?  Our mission at Camino Nuevo is to prepare students to succeed in life; we want […]

One Good Question with Connie K. Chung: How can we build systems to support powerful learning?

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Education Equity / Equity / 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? Different communities are investing in their young people in different kinds of ways.  Who is […]

One Good Question with Susan Patrick: How can we build trust in our education system?

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Education Equity / Eisenhower Fellowship / Equity / International Education / One Good Question

This is the second interview with Susan Patrick for the series “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? There’s a big difference in how you would fund the education system if you were building for the longer term – […]