Some schools are doing a good job with
because teachers manage rather than just lecture.
Education Overview Videos
Changing Education Paradigms
How To Help Every Child Fulfill Their Potential
videos are from Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce
Capital and the Role of Education 20 min. video
University of the Witwatersrand
Johannesburg, South Africa
The Secret Power of Time
10 min video
Homework an Unnecessary
Don't blame Kids For Not Enjoy School a Study Suggests
The Long Shadow of Race, Class
and Privilege in Baltimore 1 of 5
by Karl L.
Johns Hopkins University
A Statistician's Analysis of IQ, Heredity and Education
What We Can Learn From Closure Of Charter School ,,,
and Education Spillovers of Charter School Expansion
Greater charter attendance increases per-pupil expenditures in
traditional public schools, induces them to shift expenditure to
instruction/salaries and a small positive effect on non-charter students’
TERM TESTING RESULTS
Tests stay same, scores slightly up. tests get harder stagnate.
Psychologists studied 5,000 genius kids for 45 years,
here are their 6 key takeaways
1992_National Adult Literacy Survey
Massachusetts, Our Best PISA 2012 State,
Scored Poorly in Mathematics, Or Did They?
Exam Schools make little academic difference
Coding Boot Camps
Boot Camps vs College
Note: Open enrollment for profit programs
are a new name for trade/career schools
U.S. Colleges Have the Second Highest Per Pupil Spending
reduced Tuition requires reduced spending
Not All College Majors Are Created Equal
American Higher Education Turned False Promise
America's Most Overrated Product-Higher Education
from Marty Nemko
2014 Class Continues Underemployment Trend
Debt Causes Millennia's to
Regret Going to College
Financial Aid Welfare?
Media, Political, and
The Job Training
Five Bad Education Assumptions the Media Keeps Recycling
Affect Employment and Earnings
Big Bad Decisions Have Created Big Bad Schools
political protest, less discipline added responsibilities
Debt and Grade Inflation Problem
Mark Cuban Bloomberg Interview:
Future of Education
essentially what you're making the case for is
education and job training for
no. I think that won't matter.
What are you going to go back and learn to do?
it takes, right? Whether it's finance, whether it's software programming.
Cuban: No finance. That's
the easiest thing — you just take the data have it spit out whatever you need.
I personally think there's going to be a greater demand in 10 years for liberal
arts majors than there were
for programming majors and maybe even engineering, because when the data is all
being spit out for you, options are being spit out for you, you need a different
perspective in order to have a different view of the data. And so having someone
who is more of a freer thinker.
Cuban's forecast of the skills needed to succeed in the future echoes
that of computer science and higher education experts who believe people with "soft
skills," like adaptability and
communication, will have the advantage in an automated workforce. Cuban
highlighted English, philosophy, and foreign language majors as just some of the
majors that will do well in the future job market.
Michael Lewis, Princeton Art Major agrees with Mark Kuban/
Mark Blyth on Encouraging Technology.
2. Mark Cuban Takes on
The Coming Meltdown in College Education &
Why The Economy Won’t Get Better Any Time Soon
"The President [Obama] has
introduced programs that try to reward schools that don't raise tuition and
costs." Mark Cuban feels this will not work. "Right now there is a never
ending supply of buyers." who borrow heavily and then cannot flip "there
college loans for that“ great job you are going to get when you graduate."
believes "BRANDED schools are popping up that will offer better educations for
far, far less and create better job opportunities." "Its just a matter of
time until we see the same meltdown [as in housing] in traditional college
include the Online For Profit Mills that live off of the government delivering
student loans as part of traditional education."
"So until we get the meltdown in college education, don't expect much
improvement in the economy. Who gets elected won't make a dang bit of
Mark Cuban's Educational Guidance Ignored by Two Presidents
Updated 6/1/17 Please
Part 1 Opinions Matter
from Confucius to Summers
Current Leaders Advise
from Ten Experts
Part 2 Education
Ten Commandments of Education
suggestions to these Axiom and Postulate
3 Adjustments Needed
World Changed, Good Jobs Disappeared
Part 4 Implementation Goals
Local Community Prioritize Goals
Educating the Class of 2034
Laboratories of democracy approach
Editor's Note: There has not been a significant
increase in the percentage of careers requiring a Bachelor's Degree.
Economics of a College Education
What Should Education Accomplish
Education in a World of Multiple Intelligence