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Teacher Quality More Valuable Than Small Classes

“The school systems that do the best job internationally often have much larger class sizes, but put most of their efforts on recruiting, training and advancing the very best teachers. Teacher excellence is the focus in places like Shanghai, China, … Continue reading

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Online Education Becoming More Credible

“The DeVry Institute of Technology in Calgary released a survey that found most Calgarians think online education is not only viable, it’s valuable. Lara Dodo, regional vice-president of technology and creative services at professional hiring consultants Robert Half International Inc., … Continue reading

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Why We Need More “Radioactive Spiders”

“Now, more than ever, education needs more radioactive spiders. Figuratively, of course. What we need is for more teachers to show students just how much possibility resides within them, and to then provide them with a safe space to find … Continue reading

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More Accurate Criteria to Judge Universities

“It’s back-to-school season, which is why U.S. President Barack Obama took a moment, in the midst of the Syrian gas-attack crisis, to propose a solution to the debt crisis in American postsecondary education. Speaking at the University of Buffalo in … Continue reading

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