Author Archives: Daniel Greenberg

The virtues of failure

If I had to choose one topic to place at the very core of every child’s educational experience, I would have no trouble identifying it: how to deal with failure. Yet, this is the subject most assiduously ignored in traditional … Continue reading

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The Interview

During the summer of 2015, I had what for me was an unusual experience. But first, some background. Back in early 1968, when the school was in the process of formation, the founding group had split up among themselves the … Continue reading

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The Goals of Education – 21st Century Version

Ever since I first became involved with education – some sixty years ago! – I have been hearing one constant complaint: our schools do not do a satisfactory job of preparing children to be successful adults in the modern world. … Continue reading

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