American Educator: Fall 1999
- A Bogus Dichotomy in Mathematics Education
- (or rather, the lack of it)
- A Critique of Learning Styles
New Unions for the New Economy
In the new economy, where processing information is as important as bending metal, do workers believe that organizing unions can help them make their jobs better?
To answer that question, you have to talk to people in places as different as Endicott, N.Y., and Redmond, Wash.
Letters to Your Students
Like many high school English teachers, Jim Burke frequently encountered students who "claimed to 'hate' reading, who found it a chore, a curse." Such sentiments, he writes, "are what I wake to each day... They form a challenge to my profession, demanding that I somehow explain why books...