Category Archives: Mastery Learning

How to Improve Public Education

On Sunday, January 12, 2014, I wrote the following words on two different Atlanta Journal-Constitution blogs in which I described in detail, based on my educational experiences in instructional leadership, how traditional public education can be improved from within. I … Continue reading

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About Education: Essay #9 – My Thoughts for Improving Public Education

Yesterday, on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s educational blog, I had written a response to another poster who had asked a question of me regarding education. My response to that poster gives my thoughts, in a nutshell, on what would improve public education so … Continue reading

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About Education: Essay #1, “Mastery Learning”

From my writings on a local journalist’s blog from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on January 12, 2012: ————————————————————————- “All students do not master curriculum concepts at the same rate. This is the result of many factors. -Some students have higher IQs … Continue reading

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