For those who saw my previous post about Berkeley middle school academic performance, and want to see how the data
Dec. 15, 2019 – The latest school performance numbers from the California Department of Education are out, and for Berkeley’s
Last week at the Getting To Zero (carbon) conference I played an excellent group game that showed how with a
Lately I’ve been hearing a lot about restorative justice… the idea that harms done can be repaired, through encounters among
“You don’t seem cut out for business.” That’s what some guy from Harvard Business School essentially told me when I
The early Quizlet team was awesome. We bootstrapped the company for almost a decade, with a small, scrappy, team that
They’re facing a lot of change, and the same tough questions. Google ‘what do teachers and journalists have in common’
What can America do with its mountains of recycled cardboard? Make educational toys, that’s what! Last week, in Burlington, Vermont,
Fourteen years after the war in Iraq started, the New York Times is now reporting that Iran has essentially taken over
Quizlet CEO Matt Glotzbach and I visited Khan Academy today to have lunch with their new COO Ginny Lee, who
Just came across this list I wrote for the Quizlet company handbook in 2010. I was trying to convey some of
Just went to a very cool afternoon of presentations at the Jacobs Institute for Design Innovation on the Berkeley campus.
If you want to start a trend that goes from obscure to ubiquitous seemingly overnight, open it up wide. Case
I’ve been on a strange book-buying binge over the past few weeks. The paper kind. Almost 100 books and counting.
In the 1860s, Joseph Dixon invented a cost-effective way to mass produce graphite pencils, which previously had been costly and
[The following is an email I sent out to my team a few days after Pete Seeger’s death on January