Education

Yesterday morning, I and others from Red Hat had the great privilege of attending a roundtable with members of the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, which was hosting a variety of sessions in North Carolina on key issues related to workforce development, entrepreneurship, energy... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Jun 2011 by DeLisa Alexander (Red Hat) Feed
When it considers Golan v. Holder in the coming months, the United States Supreme Court could potentially put an end to a decade-long copyright battle whose outcome significantly affects educators' abilities to use public domain works. In the process, it will wrestle with a thorny question of... Read more
3 comments Posted 14 Jun 2011 by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat) Feed
The Linux Foundation will be teaming up with Oregon State University's Open Source Lab (OSL) for Linux Learners' Student Day, to be held in Vancouver on August 16 (the day before LinuxCon begins). The program includes sessions from OSL presenters on Linux basics, Python, embedded systems, and... Read more
0 comments Posted 7 Jun 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
There has been a good bit of press covering Google's Chromebook and how it will change, how it won't change, or how it
2 comments Posted 3 Jun 2011 by Mary Ann Bitter (Red Hat) Feed
Two weeks ago, 16 Girl Scouts and their troops' leaders went to RIT for a Scratch-fueled, day-long workshop in game design and development in pursuit of their "Games for Life" interest project. The workshop was the fifth sponsored by RIT's School of Interactive Games and Media, Rochester Women in... Read more
0 comments Posted 26 May 2011 by Remy DeCausemaker Feed
Let's be up front about things: I'm angry about the rhetoric I hear of late surrounding education. Teachers (and their unions) are being vilified, legislators and parents are demanding "accountability," and at the same time, the financial support necessary to educate a society is being slashed... Read more
5 comments Posted 23 May 2011 by Matt Jadud Feed
I'd like to talk about what education is going to look like 20 years from now. I think, in 2030, our schools will mimic open source communities.
7 comments Posted 13 May 2011 by Mel Chua Feed
60 Minutes did a segment on The Equity Project (TEP). TEP is a charter school that is publicly funded and privately run in New York City by founder and principal Zeke Vanderhoek. The goal of TEP is to prove that attracting the best teachers and holding them accountable for results is essential to a... Read more
8 comments Posted 5 May 2011 by Mary Ann Bitter (Red Hat) Feed
I've been traveling between universities and academic conferences and open source gatherings and hackfests for quite some time now. A year ago, I started compiling a list of points of parity and points of difference between the two cultures.
3 comments Posted 4 May 2011 by Mel Chua Feed
Experiential learning using open source is fraught with opportunities for disaster.
0 comments Posted 28 Apr 2011 by David Nalley Feed

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