All Blog Posts Tagged 'access' (2)

Tyrants of Academe

I just finished Jeff Jarvis’s WWGD. An excellent, if not perfect, read that I highly recommend to colleagues in education. There are some things missing, however, with his chapter on education. He didn’t go far enough.



I am thinking specifically about the role that certain institutions play in the hording of research. For example, when you click… Continue

Added by Tom Liam Lynch on April 8, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

Ubiquitous Equity: Student Access, Socio-Economic Status, Poverty, and Homelessness

I have been thinking lately about how our district ensures ubiquitous access to all students and there are definitely bright spots, but for a number of reasons there are serious discrepancies. We have serious geographic complications, as a sizable region of our district has very limited access to high speed Internet. There are also populations with little interest in the Internet as a tool for learning or even as part of their life. Poverty and economically disadvantaged families cannot afford… Continue

Added by Scott on March 2, 2009 at 10:56am — No Comments

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