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Same Old Swill

Tennessee’s not-so-radical reforms

Opinion Tennessee seems to be the latest hotspot for school reform.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Seth Biderman

The Dream School

In education, the value of uncharted waters

Opinion I haven’t met Ernesto Prada, but I hope to someday. He’s a student at Santa Fe High, and he’s asking the very question we’ve been researching at the Academy for the Love of Learning for the last couple ...

Tuesday, March 19, 2013 Seth Biderman

The Tao of Poeh

A school for being, sharing and laughing

Opinion Great to hear President Obama talk about expanding preschool in last week’s State of the Union address; less inspiring was his idea for older kids.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 Seth Biderman

School Re-Formed

The superintendent’s wrestling coach

Opinion Turns out our new superintendent was a troublemaker when he was in school. In a recent interview with Nancy Udell of Santa Fe Stories, Joel Boyd describes how he frequented the principal’s office until his hi...

Tuesday, November 27, 2012 Seth Biderman

School Re-Formed

First Person

Opinion In the second presidential debate, on Oct. 16, the men who would rule our nation uttered the word “children” just once in 90 minutes—when Romney declared we’re all “children of the same God.” They s...

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 Seth Biderman

School Re-Formed

The un-profession of teaching

Opinion For years after becoming a classroom teacher, I wondered if I was truly a professional. People said I was a professional, but I didn’t get paid all that much and, unlike my lawyer buddies, I never had time fo...

Tuesday, September 25, 2012 Seth Biderman

School Re-Formed

The business of school

Opinion It’ll be a few years before we know how well we’ve done in choosing Joel Boyd as our new school superintendent. Judging by the district he came from, and the people on his transition team, he seems to belon...

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 Seth Biderman

School Re-Formed: Best Way to Reform Santa Fe Public Schools

Opinion For this year's Best of Santa Fe issue, columnist Seth Biderman offers three of the best options for reforming Santa Fe Public Schools.

Friday, July 27, 2012 Seth Biderman

The Home School

Imagine home-schooling—as a community

Opinion In the banter about how to improve education, you don’t hear much about homeschooling. Though it’s on the rise nationally, with three support groups in Santa Fe (including the Santa Fe Homeschool Associatio...

Wednesday, July 4, 2012 Seth Biderman

School Re-Formed

Common core standards: an answer, or a question?

Local News Behind the push toward a national set of “common core” standards in English and math is the attractive idea that every kid in the nation should be more or less reading, writing and arithmeticking at the sam...

Wednesday, May 16, 2012 Seth Biderman
 
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