One day when I was grading reading responses, I thought over half the class didn’t read. We’re near the end of the term, and this
Seems like at some level (high school seems ideal, and also some kind of continuing ed) we should have classes that teach people how to
Locked inside this facilityDesigned to produce clean mindsBinded in by laws to betterImprisoned for good functioningIt’s a world of sufferingThose who succeed are miserableThose who
When students enter the Real World™, they will probably experience hail. This means teachers should whip chunks of ice at their students. To prepare them.
This article is pretty good. A few comments, mostly echoing Strauss, though my own thoughts are intertwined: 1-Perhaps the most disturbing issue at play here
Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò wrote a great piece on how he’s a teacher, not a job trainer. I commonly complain about liberal arts institutions being co-opted as job