These first two resources got me thinking casually about my own education. Somewhere around the time I discovered them I made a mental note that I probably learned more about marketing from reading hundreds of articles a day than I did attending grad school. One was free, the other wasn’t.
Awhile later I watched this next video, and the light bulb went off. *Something* has to change.
That’s when I started asking smart peers how they felt about the current state of American education, which resulted in the following post:
At which point I wrote about the fact that American education deserved better, which I hoped would fire up a discussion (#EduReform) and lead to a series of guest posts from people smarter than me about education reform.
Below are some good reads others have shared with me since I ‘officially’ began this journey. The person who shared it with me is credited in italics.
No Right Brain Left Behind – (Rich Pulvino)
In an effort to make this a comprehensive list of great resources on education reform (#EduReform), what else should I include?