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Jun 20 2006 - 03:51pm
The future of policy?
While doing some research on liberal think tanks, I came across Barak Obama's website. His vision for the future of education stresses innovation, technology and the global economy. I don't believe that this vision of education is widely held by politicians (it seems like most are locked in debate over NCLB and are thus wed to an ideal of schooling that may not hold for the 21st century); I imagine if Obama becomes as successful as some claim he will, that it may become more prevalent. If this is the case, then it would seem that EdLab's agenda may also become the prevalent policy agenda in the U.S.
Posted in: TeachingFYI|By: Jeff Frank|34138 Reads