Monthly Archives: October 2010

Are liberal arts pricing themselves out of existence?

An engaging piece which both decries the diminishing attraction of a liberal arts education and yet lays some responsibility for the shift at the very universities for whom liberal arts are the foundational core.  The money shot: It has by now become … Continue reading

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How to evolve the School Performance Framework

The recent results of Denver’s School Performance Framework (SPF) was fairly minor news. That’s encouraging, because it means that evaluating schools, with a premium on student academic growth, is more and more part of the lexicon. No one will, or should, … Continue reading

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