Posts About "system reform"

November 7, 2013 · By Ted Kolderie

A recent Harvard ed. school book presented five possible futures of school reform. E|E invited the project's coordinator to Minnesota to discuss the book's conclusions and what it means for the "how" of reform.

January 7, 2013 · By Lars Esdal

Ted Kolderie's blog post discussing EE's "split screen strategy" of adding innovation to improve the public school system is featured on Tom Vander Ark's, Getting Smart blog.

December 12, 2012 · By Ted Kolderie

Education Evolving releases a new and different "theory of action" to change schools and approaches to learning. Send your reactions to author and E/E's senior associate, Ted Kolderie.

December 2, 2012 · By Ted Kolderie

There is some danger that "innovation" is becoming just a new word for "change" -- a new word for "new." So, then: What kind of new? Something new anywhere? Something new here? Are we talking about invention? Or about replication?

October 24, 2012 · By Joe Graba

Finnish education expert, Pasi Sahlberg, gets attention from leading Twin Cities education reporters; speaking tour makes lasting impression on teachers, policy makers and community members.

September 19, 2012 · By Ted Kolderie

Those involved in Chicago -- and those commenting and advising -- focus on the visible problems: the issues in the dispute, the politics inside the union, the political difficulties of the Democratic elected officials. But these problems have not arisen by themselves. They are the product of the 'circumstances.'

August 20, 2012 · By Ted Kolderie

Through this blog, Education Evolving will ask and answer the questions of “How?” Too much of the discussion elsewhere deplores the problems and reaffirms the goals. But the important question is: “How do we get it done?”