|Originally Posted on Dreams of Education on January 26, 2015| The problem with education reform is that we keep attempting to change surface level systems and hoping for deep systemic change as a result. What we actually end up with is new standards, new curricula (usually replacing one one-size-fits-all with another one-size-fits-all), new technology initiatives, more professional development, added “rigorous” expectations, new standardized tests, new assessment systems, an
|Originally Posted on Dreams of Education on November 18, 2013| So often in education we hear the excuse: it’s too expensive to implement. There just isn’t any money. Budgets are tight. That’s not an excuse I’m willing to accept. I know what is possible when you start with NO money. I know that lives are changed as a result of followed dreams and passion. I know that real success has nothing to do with a bank account. While money is helpful, it isn’t what is holding you back.