Parents are the primary parents of their children, not their teachers. Mostly parents should parent, which is hard enough. For learning purposes, kids need people at a distance.
When it comes down to it, schools, and the communities that surround them, are not neutral places. So neither should teachers.
The Teach For Canada program can aptly be read as an attempt to translate educational and social inequalities (public needs) into targets of a "benevolent, yet colonizing, pedagogy of care."
Hundreds of partial-load unionized staff were told their contracts will only be renewed if they accept non-union positions.
Resources to help educate folks about Ferguson, police violence and the prison industrial complex.
In the ideal world, every student would receive a degree in "Global Society and Culture," and enjoy the shared collective inquiry that comes with it.
A program to encourage young people to stand up and be heard
Teaching is how a society passes on, formally and informally, what it has achieved to the future. It's the basic project of our species. It justifies our passing, individual existences.
Map-making can deepen understanding in soooo many ways!
For the last decade, Finland’s success on international tests has caught the attention of education policymakers around the world.