Tag: school

Sun Sun Lim on her book, Transcendent Parenting

| , March 22nd, 2021


Interview by Kevin Laddapong https://global.oup.com/academic/product/transcendent-parenting-9780190088989?cc=us&lang=en&# Kevin Laddapong: In Transcendent Parenting, you argue t…


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Two Schools at Grand Ronde Indian Reservation, 1863

Ethnohistory Research, LLC | David G. Lewis, PhD , September 10th, 2019


There are a few reports that open the windows wide to a vision of the reservation, its changes, its struggles, and its peoples. In the 1863 Grand Ronde…


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Book Review: Miseducation: Inequality, Education and the Working Classes by Diane Reay

Rose Deller , March 22nd, 2018


In Miseducation: Inequality, Education and the Working Classes, Diane Reay draws on interviews with over 500 children to explore the class inequalities that persist in UK education today from the…


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Survey participants wanted: Music education in Porirua Schools

lorenagibson , November 16th, 2016


Do you know any young people who attend school in Porirua? I would like to invite them to participate in a survey about music education in Porirua schools….


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Are Teaching and Learning Among the Things We Do For Love?

Susan D. Blum , February 8th, 2016


Professor Marjorie Faulstich Orellana of UCLA suggested that there is a “‘Love’ Revolution” underway in education as reaction against the punitive and judgment-drenc…


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White + word Gap = wrong

Susan D. Blum , June 23rd, 2015


With Netta Avineri and Eric J. Johnson, I’ve addressed a report in the Washington Post on the many contextual factors affecting children in poverty. The well-intentioned plans to teach…


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After knocking: Picturing youth itineraries

csabaracs , June 16th, 2015


Look at me and explain „who do you want to be in ten years?”. „I want to be a famous professor, living abroad. I want to publish a…


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‘Mellencamp’s classroom tape’

csabaracs , June 7th, 2015


John Mellencamp is one of my favorite rock singers. I find it fascinating how he depicts urban life. It is well-known that in his songs he delivers sharp…


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The Kids are more than all right

Susan D. Blum , October 10th, 2014


Both are seventeen. They are too young to vote in places like the US. But we need more of them! Malala! All around the world people know this…


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School Is War, Prison, Factory, Machine, Business, Game, Life….And Other Metaphors: recommending Permaculture

Susan D. Blum , August 6th, 2014


If metaphors organize our thinking and if there is no genuinely neutral way of speaking about anything, then it is worth looking into the dominant metaphors used. School is a domai…


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“The Language Gap”: Liberal Guilt Creates Another Not-So-Magic Bullet

Susan D. Blum , May 6th, 2014


Why are people poor? Why do children of the poor not thrive? The latest explanation for why children coming from disadvantaged households do not rise in this land…


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