General, Share-topia 2018

Apple’s Education Event

Yesterday I took the time to watch the live blog of Apple’s “Field Trip” education event. Apple in education has been something that has been near and dear to me since my childhood. The very first computers I worked with were Apple IIe computers in our computer lab. I was even lucky enough to have […]

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General, Share-topia 2018

The death of Liberal Arts?

The other day I started thinking about my career path, and contrasted it with the career path that my children will most likely take. When I grew up in the 80’s, the Baby Boomer generation dominated the culture at large. That means that people from that generation were instrumental in defining how many of us […]

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General, Write-a-palooza 2017

Churches and education

With the appointment of DeVos as education secretary social media has been a hotbed of discussion around publicly funded education, and the apparent desire of Ms. DeVos to enable more faith based schools. Much of this argument hinges on a desire by people to see more Christian based education permeate the society at large. Therefore, […]

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Blog-o-rama 2016, General

Brief jaunt down memory lane

My youngest son and I are looking at high schools for him and tonight we visited the most recent incarnation of the school where I went to high school. I went to a very small outcome based education school where my graduating class was about 12 students. It’s moved buildings a few times, and none […]

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