What advice would you give to a young man who recently asked for suggestions?
Today, two stories that help illustrate why there’s no single best school for all students. First, a parent speaks, then a student.
Mindi Askelson of Riverland Community College calls it a “win-win-win” collaboration. Scott Gengler of Irondale High School in Mounds View reports it’s “very rewarding.”
People like John Benson, Fred Easter, Mike Farley, Cam Hedlund, Dan Hoverman, Jay Haugen, Kathleen Mortensen, Linda Madsen, and Colleen Wambach are the correct side of what I think is the most important debate, of many in public education: The question is “Can we, right now, create a much more effective system for students and a much more satisfying system for educators?
Two recent columns produced vigorous, helpful responses. Whether agreeing, disagreeing or pointing to problems, you help me learn.