Category: Education

  • Ohio Micromanages PSE

    Ready for a wild ride? Legislation in Ohio has passed the house to micromanage the public post-secondary system. It now goes to the senate. It is being opposed by nearly every post-secondary association and freedom of speech association and is generally a contradictory mess. Don’t believe me? Well here’s the best (worst) bits: Every […]

  • More thoughts on business education

    I was thinking the other day about how many post-secondary programs in Business faculties are laid out as easily understood pathways to particular jobs (Management, HR, Finance, Accounting, Supply Chain, etc.). Degrees that have the same name as the future job. Which got me thinking about how business used to be more of an apprenticeship […]

  • When the opposing protest is the speech

    It was interesting to read this article in Inside Higher Ed today: Shouting Down Speakers Who OffendOver the course of a month, students on several college campuses shut down speakers they disagreed with. Why is it so hard to forge a consensus on what protecting free speech really means? The article portrays using crowds […]

  • Continuing Education

    Some thoughts I had while reading this report about Continuing Education offerings. Now, I’ve taken a lot of CE offerings through several different sources, and I’ve even taught others how to design CE, so I have a lot of thoughts about how it can be best. I’ll close off this post with how I would […]