Browsing All posts tagged under »hechinger report«

Two articles , compare and contrast!

May 31, 2023


Hmmm. The Guardian prob’ly has a bigger reader base; they’ve got an article by Eugenia Cheng, who teaches undergrads in an art school: What if nobody is bad at math? She posits that five and six year olds scream with excitement at math, but her undergrads fear it … and that people don’t learn it […]

Jill Barshay notices the rest of them

May 15, 2023


I’m impressed with this Hechinger Report “Proof points” article out TODAY about the CUNY experiment with shifting folks from remedial to statistics-with-support and other options. ““But the evidence does not suggest that these corequisite courses are the magic potion that is going to change completion and persistence. It’s going to take a lot more and […]