Blake Harvard, in his blog The Effortful Educator: Applying Cognitive Psychology to the Classroom, discusses and gives answers to three questions posed by the American secretary of education Betsy de Vos that apparently are alive and kicking in the United States (and possibly elsewhere).
These questions are:
- Why aren’t all teachers allowed the autonomy to guide their students?
- Why aren’t all parents allowed to decide the education that’s right for their own children?
- Why aren’t all students allowed to pursue learning in ways that work for them?
We found his answers so simple and clear that we decided to point our readers to his blog post Who Knows Who Knows Best.
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