Ideas to Agree On

A Conversation Worth Having At Education America, we want to give people access to information, conversations, and opportunities to open their eyes about the state of education in our country. It is, after all, one of the most prolific controversial topics happening in any political or social space. Budget discussions and curriculum decisions lead to…

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Government = Good?

Building a Good Government The Northwest Ordinance of 1787— which established our nation’s first incorporated territory and the structure that would govern and guide it — speaks both to the purpose of government and to the systems and standards that will make it effective. It speaks to the philosophy of government in the acquisition of…

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What’s Your Bias?

What’s Your Bias?   Is it possible to have a view of the world – and of education in America – that’s shaped by something bigger than the world around us? Are any of us unbiased in our perspectives on what the right path forward should be?   The obvious answer is “No.” Nobody is unbiased….

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