It began 20 years ago with a trailer parked on a broad swath of desert, far out on Old Spanish Trail. It survived a bankruptcy, the great recession, three different owners, and people who wanted to turn it into something
Americans have been reforming their public schools since the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1635. Until a half-century ago, these reform efforts were mostly local. With the Soviets’ launch of Sputnik and the Supreme Court decision on school desegregation, educational reform
ASA member Gary Fenstermacher, an internationally recognized scholar in the philosophy of education, is presenting a four-part course on Western Philosophy on successive Thursdays through Jan. 31.