We treat education in this country as if it were untouchable. Almost sacred. It may be time to examine our priorities and to decide what education should look like in the mid-21st century.
When I first met Michael Covitt and he told me about his film, “333,” I just had to ask: “What’s a nice Jewish boy from Brooklyn doing in a place like this?” The place I was referring to was Mali, a small country in Africa which for hundreds of years was the wealthiest place on Earth, and Michael’s answer was simple if unexpected. “I’m interested in world peace.” For some of us, talking about world peace is a joke, like something a beauty pageant contestant would say. But for Michael Covitt,...
Thanks to technology, families can now choose how they want their education delivered. Will this be the end of education? Or simply a more convenient and efficient way to acquire knowledge?
Aldi is making a monumental push into the health food space. And unlike rival Whole Foods, Aldi may have a large-enough footprint to drag the entire grocery world with them kicking and screaming.
Successful employers now encourage innovation. Schools can create an innovative environment. But the question remains, can innovation be taught?