Tag Archives: Disadvantage

Education Technology on Trial

This week I wrote about the OECD’s new report on technology in education for the EC. It’s a vital call to action for all of us who think we are on the cusp of an education revolution. There are two types of people in … Continue reading

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Postcard From Canada

In late February I led a delegation to Ontario to see what lessons its high performing education system could teach us,[1] and think about how to use those lessons to achieve systemic change at home. “They’re all our children.” Dr. … Continue reading

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New Visions for Education: Ontario, Lucknow, Boston

A First Nation reservation in Ontario. A study hall for girls in Lucknow, India. A room full of consultants in Boston. A disparate bunch, with one important thing in common: they are all showing us how to use technology to … Continue reading

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Zizek: The Truth is Out There!

Last week I attended a talk by Slovenian Philosopher Slavoj Zizek. Neither of us stayed for the twenty-four hour long live reading of his new book Less Than Nothing: Hegel and the Shadow of Dialectical Materialism (he’d written it, I … Continue reading

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