Posted on | March 8, 2011 | Comments Off
“Why, one might ask, should California, the headwaters of the digital revolution, be stuck in the eddies of an early 20th Century school design?”
Starting this week, I will be posting a series of pieces about the what I believe to be the essentials of 21st Century learning and the changes in educational politics that I believe are necessary to get there. Learning 2.0, as the series of pieces will be titled, is a worthy successor to an older institution of education.
The three of these pieces are being posted on the Policy Analysis for California Education blog, Conditions of Education. The three together are available in pdf form here. Other parts will find their way into Thoughts on Public Education and other venues. All of them will be referenced here, and if you wish to keep up with the series as it rolls out, you can subscribe to this blog. Or if you wish, I will send you an email when new posts are up. Just click Contacts and send me the relevant information, and I will add you to the distribution list.