It’s a short read, a good one. It got me thinking. Take a community, any kind. Institute “school choice.” You have families with children, who could once bond over their children’s educations, broken apart, separated, because one family sends their kids to one school and the neighbors, to another. Maybe the kids can bond over, […]
solidaridad: SPaARCS calls for support of the Lower Class Size resolution at LAUSD.
My friend, Dr. Mark Naison, wrote a beautiful piece a while ago about his vision for education, which he graciously allowed me to reprint. I loved his idea of schools as community centers. I wanted to talk to about that for a minute: I’ve worked in schools that began using their personnel and resources to […]