I don’t really quantify these things, but since the beginning of the newsletter easily the most common request for a post is something like “How do you…
until we acknowledge that, there can be no coherent discussion of education
For the record when I was 19 a 400 pound cabinet of lockers fell on my face and pushed my nose to the wrong side, and ever since you can tell it’s…
Page 98: “This is the saddest part: there was some pathetic part of me that still wanted to be that someone…. The more I loathed Adrienne, the more I…
So I would ordinarily shy away from doing an old-school blog post that simply links to something else, but this feels like a study that calls out for an…
a conversation with the NBA journalist and Substacker
Subscriber Open Thread, 1/24/2021I’m still playing around with finding good days and times for these. Enjoy and be good to each other.
every generation is, when they're young, which means the youth still aren't coming to save you
the thirty-fifth digest post
It is perhaps our cosmic fate to eventually experience the other side of every battle we have ever fought, and in the past year I’ve been confronted, in…
I stay connected to a bunch of people at the City University of New York and Brooklyn College, where I used to work. The CUNY system is feeling a lot of…
With Covid waves prompting controversial school closures and the critical race theory controversy still bubbling, I see more and more people talking…