7 (Outrageous) Predictions in Education

Alexander Russo, Britannica Blog, Jan 22, 2008
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Alexander Russo's tongue is obviously in cheek, but Britannica must be hurting in the 'we have the experts' sweeps against the Economist to run this piece. Russo hits pretty much every negative stereotype about educators and education writers. I especially resemble this remark: "thousands of over-educated education researchers, reformers, advocates, analysts, journalists, bloggers and pundits will suddenly realize that what they're doing isn't really making a difference." Fortunately, I do not subscribe to the logical positivist school of punditry. So anyhow, where was this published? Britannica, you say? Via Joanne Jacobs.
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