Tag Archives: 2014

Education Trends in 2014

“For people looking to “disrupt” public education, it’s become requisite to bemoan the “educational status quo” — a phrase meant to evoke images of poor kids striving against the impediments of failing schools and incompetent teachers. Those who question these disruptors’ … Continue reading

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Mother’s Petition to Improve Math Education in 2014

“As with most parents, we send our children to school with the blind faith that the system will help nurture our children’s education through strengthening of fundamental skills – reading, writing, arithmetic – and inspiring further learning and understanding of … Continue reading

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Big Education Stories to Follow in 2014

“One of the best things about school is that it’s the only place where the beginning of the year comes twice. September is about hope, the buying of fresh supplies and vows to study and eat healthy lunches. January is … Continue reading

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“Vagabond photojournalist” named for Vancouver TED 2014

“It’s been a long time since Kitra Cahana called Vancouver home. In fact, it’s been a long time since she has called any city home for very long. But in March, the 26-year-old self-described “vagabond photojournalist” and conceptual artist will … Continue reading

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