19 janvier 2019

Haine des médias, haine de la démocratie?

Blog Educpros de Jean-Michel Zakhartchouk. Dans le domaine que je connais le mieux, l’éducation, j’aurais beaucoup de reproches à faire aux médias classiques. En tout premier lieu à ceux qui s’y connaissent fort peu et qui éditorialisent à tours de clavier, énonçant des opinions d’un simplisme parfois consternant. Un jour, un journaliste spécialisé approuvait largement mes propos quand je qualifiais les éditorialistes « le malheur du journalisme » dans le domaine de l’école (et sans doute pas seulement). Plus...

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Les » Stylos rouges » et leurs exigences de maxima d’élèves par classe

http://blog.educpros.fr/claudelelievre/wp-content/themes/longbeach_lelievre/images/img01.jpgBlog Educpros de Claude Lelièvre. Sont-elle crédibles? Si oui, en combien de temps? Un détour pas la comparaison avec d’autres pays et des évolutions historiques passées s’impose. Plus...

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Paroles d’habitants et habitantes de quartiers populaires, le 12 janvier 2019 à Paris

Alternatives EconomiquesSur le blog de Michel Abhervé pour Alternatives économiques. Un cri d’alarme. Et encore, un peu d’espoir. C’est un cri d’alarme que poussent 250 habitants de 13 quartiers populaires en France dans le dernier rapport sur l’état des quartiers, réalisé par la Fédération des Centres sociaux et socioculturels de France et l’association Question de ville. Plus...

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18 janvier 2019

Speak of the Devil

By Alex Usher. Yesterday was one of those days when I completely lucked out.  There I was, having just published a piece on possible scenarios on what the Ontario government might do in post-secondary education, when suddenly various news outlets began reporting that a new tuition framework was due to be announced later this week. More...

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Universities and Universal Values

By Alex Usher. Morning all.  Happy New Year.  Welcome back.  I’m in Southeast Asia this week taking in some sights.  Travel in Asia always makes me think a lot about the ways in which different parts of the world conceive of higher education and the extent to which we both have and haven’t overcome these divisions today. More...

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Grammar schools: How progressive rhetoric can lead to potentially regressive policies

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "hepi"Like many people, I feel conflicted about grammar schools.
I live in a part of the country where they are a mainstream part of the school system. The minority of local children who pass the 11+ have high chances of thriving at one of our three local(ish) grammar schools, but the majority who don’t often do less well. More...

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Is your faculty happy at work?

eCampus NewsMost full-time faculty members are satisfied with their roles and are more likely to feel so when they believe they have greater environmental support, according to “The Working Environment Matters: Faculty Member Job Satisfaction by Institution Type,” a report from the TIAA Institute. More...

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5 ways to help students feel connected to your campus

eCampus NewsThis sense of belonging is critical for students, especially students who are first-generation college students and students of color from low-income backgrounds. In fact, feeling a sense of belonging has been proven to have an effect on college completion rates. More...

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Require school accountability with better funding

University Business Magazine logoThere’s an old saying that spending money on public schools is an investment in the future that benefits everyone. In Oregon, we neither invest enough nor demand sufficient return on what we do invest. More...

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Making the grade: End-to-end security in education

University Business Magazine logoKeeping the network secure is no longer enough on today's campuses. IT must also work to protect end user devices and help ensure the physical safety of students. More...

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