Quote of the Day - Seen @ Facebook

You’ll love this. I’m in my masters class for education (already know where this is going) and Paulo Freire and Myles Horton are mainstays for this class with their book “We make the Road by Walking.” Here is a quote by Freire “Education is not neutral and that by claiming to be neutral, we are technically siding with the powerful.”  Paulo Friere is best known for his book " " and is the spiritual founder of "Critical Pedagogy," which is to education what "critical race theory" is to racial heal...
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11,366 new cases reported as L.A. County battles new coronavirus strain

Officials urged residents to adhere to Los Angeles County’s “Safer at Home” orders a day after public health officials confirmed that the swifter spreading B.1.1.7 variant of coronavirus was present in the county. Health officials reported 11,366 new cases of COVID-19 and 108 additional deaths on Sunday, Jan. 17, bringing the county’s totals to 1,014,662 cases and 13,848 fatalities. County health officials said, however, that the number of new cases reported Sunday reflects an undercount because...
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An experiment in what school could be

Two Limpopo principals will be helping to create radically reimagined communities of learning: schools as living systems The post An experiment in what school could be appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: School, Learning, Education, Pedagogy, Openaccess, Limpopo, Shunryu Suzuki, Lockdown, Digital Tools, Top Six, Margaret Wheatley, South Africa (country, COVID-19 pandemic, BB Matlaila Primary School, Education Models, Education Stakeholders

Best of 2020: Fashion, Beauty, College Essentials, and More!

All of my favorites from an unforgettable year, to say the least.
Tags: Jewelry, Boots, Glasses, Featured, Organization, Makeup, College, Sunglasses, Backpacks, Handbags, Socks, School Supplies, College Life, Monthly Favorites, Hair Products, Cardigans

The free-market gamble: has Covid broken UK universities?

The pandemic has exposed the impact of 20 years of turning higher education into a marketplace and students into increasingly dissatisfied customersIn 2018-19 Manchester City FC had revenues of £535.2m. Manchester United had £627m. The University of Manchester made more than £1bn – not far short, in other words, of the combined income of the city’s two global sporting brands. This is in many ways a cause for celebration, a sign of the economic power of higher education, of British success in att...
Tags: UK, Students, Education, Culture, Manchester United, Higher Education, Tuition Fees, University Funding, Universities, University of Manchester, Manchester City FC, Coronavirus

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