After the exclamation point, the question mark has been by far the most necessary punctuation in my years in the classroom. I’ve used it to gauge prior knowledge, engage students in inquiry and assess learning at the end of a lesson. I’ve written them on the board, in margins and on exams, and listened to … More Any Questions?
Few places are better situated for one to sit and ponder the concept of accountability more than Bhopal, India. Scene of the 1984 Union Carbide industrial disaster that instantly killed almost 4,000 sleeping residents (and continued to kill, disfigure and debilitate thousands more), this thriving town of over one million people has a collective … More Accountability: Whose job is it?