The Creative Process Behind “And Every Single One Was Someone”

This Sunday’s New York Times tells the creative story behind a fascinating new book called And Every Single One Was Someone. Here’s how the Times article* begins: The book, more art than literature, consists of the single word “Jew,” in tiny type, printed six million times to signify the number of Jews killed during the… Read More The Creative Process Behind “And Every Single One Was Someone”

Teaching Company CEO: MOOCs are “Utter Nonsense” and Will Not Transform Education

Will MOOCs transform college? Or, to borrow from the title of Clayton Christensen’s recent book, “disrupt” higher education? Here’s what one of the most knowledgeable executives in the education business has to say, in the Chronicle of Higher Education: This scenario is likely to be utter nonsense. Consider one historical fact: This has all been… Read More Teaching Company CEO: MOOCs are “Utter Nonsense” and Will Not Transform Education