Education Library

Index

Evaluating American Education       
Proposed Education Manifesto
Student Stuff      
Classroom Stuff     

Curriculum  
Teacher Stuff    
Education Economics

 

Special
Mark Cuban Bloomberg Interview: Future of Education

"Johnson: So essentially what you're making the case for is education and job training for grown ups.
Cuban:
 No, no. I think that won't matter.
What are you going to go back and learn to do?
Johnson: What 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,"

Evaluating American Education
Prelude: Some schools are doing a good job with
Individualized Curriculum
because
teachers manage rather than just lecture.
 

Proposed
Education Manifesto

Overviews

Changing Education Paradigms

 How To Help Every Child Fulfill Their Potential and Speech
videos are from Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce

Human Capital and the Role of Education  20 min.
University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, South Africa

Public Education

Homework an Unnecessary Evil Surprising Findings

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. Alexander  Johns Hopkins University

A Statistician's Analysis of IQ, Heredity and Education

Special

Massachusetts, Our Best PISA 2012 State,
Scored Poorly in Mathematics, Or Did They?

Thoughts Concerning Education

Higher Education

American Higher Education Turned False Promise

America's Most Overrated Product-Higher Education
from Marty Nemko

2014 Class Continues Underemployment Trend

Debt Causes Significant Number of Millennials
Regret Going to College

Is Financial Aid Welfare?

Media, Political, and
Educator Misrepresentations

Were Number Umpteenth the Myth of Lagging US Schools

LONG TERM TESTING RESULTS
Tests stay same, scores slightly up. tests get harder stagnate.

Five Bad Education Assumptions the Media Keeps Recycling

GED Doesn't Affect Employment and Earnings

 


Part One Opinions Matter

Preeminent Observations 
from Confucius to Summers

Current Leaders Advise
from Ten Experts

Part 2 Education Truths
Proposed Education
Axioms and Postulates
 

suggestions to antonw@ix.netcom.com

 Part 3 Education Must Adjust as the 
World Changed, Good Jobs Disappeared

Part 4 Implementation
Local Community Prioritizes Goals

Educating the Class of 2034
has many benefits

 Walter Antoniotti

antonw@ix.netcom.com

 


Student Stuff

Career Options for Graduates

Choosing a College
and Major

Free Stuff


Student Personal Finance

Homework Help by Subject

Exam Strategies +

 

 

Classroom Stuff

One-Page Class Handouts

Education Internet Library
 
for education majors and teachers

Free Education Books  

Free Excel Stuff for Teachers

Old Stuff

Education Thoughts
 

Curriculum Stuff

Individualized Curriculum

The Quick Notes Philosophy

Tech Base, Real World, Activity Driven,
Question Oriented College Curriculum

German Education System

Reform Internet Library
 

 

Teacher Stuff

Reflections of a Lifelong Teacher

Retired Educator Thoughts

Tracking Helps High-Ability
Minority Students


Disruptive Students Hurt Peers

Andrew Hacker Debates Value of Math for Everyone

The Long Debate 

Education Economics

Pearson Rakes in Profits

Colleges Are Engines of Upward Mobility

Economics of Education 25 min.

Why College Tuition is Not Going Up Rapidly

Economics of College Education

Head Start Accomplishments

Geekability is Important for Success

We must maximize the minimum for students with average Special Intelligence, i.e. that which they do well.

We must maximize the maximum for students with really high specially intelligence. 

We also must minimize the maximum regret-dropouts must be lowered. Please Share!

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