Nationwide, K-12 schools and districts have definite problems meeting tech needs right now. Every year Education Week shares a report called “Technology Counts,” and this year, during the pandemic, the biggest repeating issue isn’t student connectivity, but tech problems. Underfunded districts, over-burdened teachers, and incapacitated students are the many cause of these problems. This isn’tContinue reading “The Student Power Movement in 2021”
Student voice is being treated as the hottest new commodity in many schools today. Unfortunately, a lot of people still misunderstand the depth, breadth, and potential of the concept.
In a recent interview about adultism, the interviewer asked me whether adultism affects education. Here’s my answer: All parts of society meant to address youth are compromised through adultism, especially education. The very premise of compulsory schools – forcing youth to attend – was originally meant to intervene against child labor. However, its become aContinue reading “Does Adultism Affect Student Learning?”