Category: Education

Botswana Needs Improved Education to Compete

From: 6/22/2009 9:16:18 PM That isn’t the headline. This is: Weak Human Resource Is Botswana’s Undoing – World Bank (read more here) but it is the embedded message. Africa needs to broadly drive to education access and reform. Many African nations could easily adopt the latest techniques in education as they have no burden of.

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Evidence-Based Management and Education – The Obama Dilemma

From: 7/24/2009 10:34:09 AM The US push toward improved education needs to be careful. As I read simultaneously about the $4.35 billion Race to the Top fund and the rise of evidence-based management, I see a discontinuity. The top bullet in the Department of Education’s release says: “Adopting internationally benchmarked standards and assessments that prepare.

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Redefining Cheating

Redefining cheating: I saw a small blub in The Week about outsourcing homework to India, Pakistan, and Egypt. This is aligned with a conversation going on in education about the redefinition of “cheating” which is often called management or collaboration in the business world. After searching on the web, I found a similar story that.

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My Take on Joel’s G. Goodman’s Take the Higher Education Web

I was asked my take on Joel G. Goodman’s October 13, 2010 post My Take On The State of Higher Education Web at A not-so commonplace book. [Note that the post and the site that generated this post no longer exist, but Joel does.] First of all, I agree with Joel that educational institutions often think.

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