Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Progressive education is alive

From Parker to Dewey to contemporary leaders advocating for the freeing of the mind and the removal of oppressive practices that limit human potential...progressive educators have never lost hope in transforming factory model schools into sites of creativity where we are free to explore, create, and achieve.

I am convinced that the realization of those ambitions is based upon our expectations. If we expect the best it happens. If we expect engagement it happens. If we expect NSU to be the center of democratic practice it will happen.

As we think so we become.

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