Daily Archives: April 15, 2011

Separate But Equal: Separating Students By Gender

Check out this interesting article by Karen Houppert in The Washington Post, “Separate but equal: More schools are dividing classes by gender.” What a complicated issue. The author looks at a school in Washington, D.C. where students are separated by … Continue reading

No Testing, Please: We’re Teaching (and Learning)!

Teachers in Ontario, Canada, recently called for a ban on standardized testing (“Standardized Testing, Perception, & Reality”). It appears there is increased interest in abandoning the test mania that has dominated education for the past fifteen years. A high school … Continue reading