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Let's Fix Education / by Bruce Deitrick Price

Bruce Deitrick Price

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Savvy, practical insights on where our Education Establishment went wrong and how most schools can be improved.LET'S FIX EDUCATION explains the many dysfunctional theories and methods operating within our schools. This podcast is intended for parents, teachers, and community leaders who want education reform. Each week, LET'S FIX EDUCATION examines another problem in our public schools, such as: Constructivism. Learning styles. Sight-words. No memorization. Cooperative learning. Prior knowle ...
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Work's Not Working... Let's Fix It!

Sian Harrington

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A show about forward-thinking people leaders, innovators and academics and how they think we can fix work to make it more meaningful, healthy, inclusive and sustainable. This podcast aims to be informative, fun and a bit provocative. Hosted by award-wining business journalist and WTW Digital Influencer of the Year 2023 Siân Harrington. Produced by The People Space. Find more at www.thepeoplespace.com
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Let's Fix Leadership

Jen Thornton

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The landscape of business is changing...radically. Yet leadership is being taught the same way it's always been taught. When the world is changing, it’s time to bring our leadership styles along for the ride. Thanks to cutting-edge neuroscience, we now have access to new tools and new language that inspires action, collaboration, and innovation in the modern workplace. And Let's Fix Leadership is designed to bring you the best of these cutting-edge tools, exercises, best practices, and moder ...
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Then Let's Fix It!

Collis Williams

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Welcome to the Then Let's Fix It podcast, where we discuss critical issues around logistics and supply chain management in the Caribbean, and where we mobilise to resolve these issues so that the Caribbean becomes one of the world's most attractive logistics and supply chain jurisdictions.
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Episode 158: Public Schools gone to hell?? Who you gonna call?? Wed., July 10, 2024 Basically all education, in all times and places, can be described as incremental mastery. You learn a little today and then a little more tomorrow and then still a little more the next day. Just as if you want to build a high brick wall, you start with one row of b…
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Episode 157: why do Public Schools hate Geography? (Wed., July 3rd, 2024) There are no good ideas in our public schools, only garbage expressed in protective sauce. Instead of telling you how to reach your destination, the schools will lay out a program of scuba diving, mah Jong, and fashion tips. You won't get to where you wanted to go. After a wh…
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Episode 156: The Waste of Systemic Ignorance (Wed., June 26, 2024) The situation is simple. The professional educators, as they deceptively call themselves, don't believe in education. They like ignorance. Learn, baby, learn. That should be the chant and the cheer of all educated people. Good School, Bad School. How to tell the difference-- see sho…
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Reality One, we have to get rid of sight-words, so that literacy will have a chance. Reality Two requires explaining the subject to lots of people. That's done most easily, according to author Linda Goudsmit, with the following one-page method. This explanation requires navigating the chaos of print, like what a child has to deal with. It's better …
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Episode 154 - Wednesday, June 12, 2024 "‘How did our institutes of higher learning turn into Marxist reeducation camps?” (Question on Quora.) ----- A pivotal question which every American should try to answer. Here's my short answer: a vast army of saboteurs has been working in the shadows for more than a century. Here is the chronology, starting i…
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Episode 153:: What your students need to know about Socialism. (Wed., June 5, 2024) Perfect short summary of Socialism and Communism, 5 minutes, for all classes American schools are full of covert Communists and Socialists. They pretend to explain things in long convoluted ways that don't explain very much. Socialism can be a life-and-death choice.…
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Episode 152: Curriculum Planning, max speed (Wed., May 29, 2024) Stop teaching nothing all day. Teach all the wonderful things children need to know and want to know. Not to mention, you'll have more fun. Here are about 50 ideas you can use this year. Deliberate Dumbing Down is not an ethical approach. Nor is keeping children in a vacuum so they ne…
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In this episode Siân Harrington speaks to Sophie Williams about the concept of the glass cliff, where women and marginalized groups are often hired in leadership roles when a business is already underperforming, setting them up for failure. It delves into the impact of the glass cliff on women in the workplace, the reasons behind it and the implica…
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Episode 151: How Can We Motivate Underachieving Children Who Don't Want to Learn? (question on Quora; first answered on my Substack) Wed., May 22, 2024 NB: the public schools are probably much worse than you suspect. But people don't want to deal with that information, so the Education Establishment gets away with doing a lousy job. I'm trying to p…
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Episode 150: K-12 -- S.N.A.F.U. (Wed., May 15, 2024) --- Welcome to K-12 where education goes to die. Come on, people, get involved. Kids are dumbed down every day. There's no excuse for it. Every sane idea has been sabotaged and sent into exile. Now we see nothing but counterproductive ideas. Naturally, we have epidemics of illiteracy and ignoranc…
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Episode 149: YOU should be an education reformer. (Wed., May 8, 2024) Join the good guys, against the duplicitous professors of education who have devised so much sneaky nonsense. I've been calling K-12 a crime scene for 20 years. This is a very liberating notion. Education is a bad part of town. Adults will be robbed, children will be stunted. QED…
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Whether we’re talking about our customers or teams, loyalty is the currency of successful relationships. In the business world of yore, loyalty was one-sided, it was buy something or do something to get something. Today that quid-pro-quo style falls flat. Just like Taylor Swift…brands who do well understand that having customers and employees is a …
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Episode 148: Latin Lives On… and On Wednesday, May 1, 2024 ------------ Latin Lives On: 333 common words letter for letter identical in Latin and English. Each word is a mnemonic device providing extra texture, extra connections. My list illustrates a general principle: there's always a better, quicker, cheaper way to teach a lot. The Education Est…
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You know that job that makes you miserable, that boss who makes your life hell and that co-worker who’s difficult to work with? They are specially wrapped gifts that can work in your favor. Hear me out… Do these situations suck? Do they test our patience? Yes and yes. But, what you might not see in that moment are the skills, competencies, and empo…
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In this episode Siân Harrington speaks to Laura Ashley-Timms about the importance of asking good questions as a management superpower. Laura highlights the challenges faced by managers in today's complex and rapidly changing work environment and the need to reinvent the traditional command and control culture of management. She introduces the conce…
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Episode 147: The Great Betrayal: Top Experts Make Millions by Promoting Worst Methods (Wed, April 24, 2024) —————————————————————— First published as “42: Who Ruined Reading” on Improve-Education.org. Site is now unavailable due to incompetence of hosting company. I’m working on recovery. Our Education Establishment is also incompetent. We have 50 …
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Decisions, decisions…the hallmark of good leadership is swift and impactful decision-making. But let’s be real, amidst the whirlwind of emails, meetings, projects, and strategic pivots, the decisions we have to make can be so overwhelming, that we can decide not to decide at all. Here’s the problem though, not making a decision can be just as detri…
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K-12 Boycott: Are You Ready? (Wednesday, April 17, 2024) K-12 is too often a bad marriage. The Education Establishment is the alcoholic husband (photo) who beats his long-suffering wife. All the progressive/socialist/communist schemes are dedicated to the idea of using schools to indoctrinate young minds. Real education is about freeing minds. Take…
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Influence is a powerful currency for motivation and success…it’s no wonder why influencer marketing has become a literal billion-dollar industry! Being influential doesn’t just work on social media. In a workplace, it’s the lifeblood of leaders who can propel the collective without demanding, manipulating, or dictating. A combination of trust, insp…
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Episode 145: Survey Courses? Yes, We Desperately Need Them. (Wed. April 10, 2024) Our schools have often given up the very idea of teaching lots of stuff, and even if they try, they have no idea how to do it. Train the teachers better and then let them loose. Survey courses can be a great help, but skip the politicking. Left-wing professors think t…
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“My people don’t do what I ask them to, they don’t listen and they don’t come up with innovative ideas.” Leaders say it all the time, and if I had a penny for everytime I heard this, I could buy my own private island! But before you point a finger at your team, what if this is all because you’re addicted to being right. Yes, like sugar and shopping…
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Episode 144: Best Practice: Teach Items In Clusters (Wed., April 3, 2024) If we want to save the schools, we have to teach more information, more quickly. We have to find techniques that will make it easy for students to remember stuff. One of the easiest and most essential methods is using clusters, that is several things united by their similarit…
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In this episode, Siân Harrington speaks with Rob Briner about the challenges and benefits of adopting an evidence-based approach in HR. They discuss the focus on HR fads and the need to shift towards a more informed and effective HR practice. They explore the role of data and analytics in evidence-based HR and the mindset and skills required to imp…
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When conflict arises at work, there are two ways people deal with it. Go directly to the person in question or tell other people about it first. Many times, we take the latter route, and it never goes well. If you ever played telephone as a kid, you’ll know that the original message always gets twisted somewhere along the way. At work, the stakes a…
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70 Years Ago, Schools Were Already Warped (Wed., March 27, 2024) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Joan Dunn, a schoolteacher, wrote a book about her experiences in Brooklyn schools circa 1953. It is a time capsule, showing that quite long ago the professors of education had substanti…
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Ever tried to have an insightful conversation in a room with loud music? It’s noisy…and that’s what leading feels like today. From the oceans of emails flooding our mailboxes, back-to-back meetings filling our calendars, to the urgent but not important tasks that demand our attention. There’s a lot to wade through in today’s world. When we’re distr…
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Episode 142 Wed., March 20, 2024 Can Anyone Read? I think that too often the answer is: no, not really. What we have now is a great range of readers, with only the best being what we used to call readers... - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - - (Short but comp…
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Now that we know a lot more about how the brain works, a lot of what we’ve been taught about leadership is just plain wrong. We have to throw it out the window and never look back. From a neuroscience perspective, there are 2 categories of chemicals constantly firing off in our brains - happy hormones and fear hormones. The old school model of lead…
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K-12: Nothing Taught. Nothing Learned. (Episode 141 Wed., March 13, 2024) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here’s the premise: K-12 is best understood as a hoax. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------…
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Episode 140: The Legacy of Rita Kramer and the Embarrassment Factor (Wed., March 6, 2024) Subtitle on book: The Miseducation of America's Teachers Kramer: "Teachers were being taught to teach political propaganda as opposed to academic subjects." ------------------------------------------------------------------------ >>> my Amazon review: >>> my a…
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Like an illness on a playground, emotions are contagious, and in a business setting, they can spread fast! It’s how the annoyance of one colleague can catch on and bring the whole office down, and how a good vibe can have a huge ripple effect. Being a great leader is understanding that humans are going to human, that our people have emotions, and t…
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Episode 139: You can’t handle the Truth about K-12 (Wed., Feb. 28, 2024) Summary: At every level, in every classroom, the education experts limit knowledge, as if it’s some terrible disease that children should avoid. In a real school, experts do everything possible to encourage children to learn more. Our schools do the opposite, as explained in t…
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Unlike the next meeting, deliverable, or deadline, working on our culture isn’t as simple as penciling it into our calendars. It’s a living, breathing process that never ends, it’s the long game that has to be front-of-mind for leaders. We know the world is busy and how easy it is to get bogged down in the to-do list, but the more we can step out o…
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Episode 138: Traditional Education is what we need now (Wed., Feb. 21, 2024) Watching progressives wreck education is a kind of sport. Maybe some of you think it's fun. I remind you it's tremendously expensive. And your kids will be almost as dumb five years from now as they are today. Socialists and Communists always want to dumb down the people. …
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Not sure who said that, but the statement has inspired a lot of thought, reflection, and furious rabbit-hole research. So I thought to myself, why not share all my findings and musings with you? Leading in today’s world requires approaches that transcend traditional management practices. It’s about fully understanding the intersection between ourse…
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Episode 137: Enjoy Real Education (Wed., February 14, 2024) Excellent new Google project leads students to arts and culture. The tone is loving and peaceful: behold all the beauty in our world. K-12 schools are typically the opposite of what they should be. The people who control the schools have gone rogue. They want to indoctrinate children, not …
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In this episode, Siân Harrington speaks to innovation expert Cris Beswick about misconceptions about innovation and how the way we approach it today is not delivering the outcomes businesses want. Cris emphasises that innovation is not just about new products or technology. He defines innovation as the introduction of new or different solutions tha…
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Many leaders have the epiphany that it’s not culture if you have to micromanage to achieve it. It becomes culture when people perform when no one’s looking. That begs the question: how do you turn culture from something you have on paper into something weaved into everything your organization does? In order for an organization to drive forward, we …
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Episode 136: The K-12 Gulag (Wed., Feb. 7, 2024) INTRO Our schools are doing a lousy job, but the public is so befuddled, there is hardly a squawk. Every American should ask this question: why are we putting up with second-rate schools while paying top dollar? ARTICLES THAT GO WITH THIS PODCAST: Recent NAEP (National Assessment of Educational Progr…
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Here’s a mind-blowing fact for you…a lot of the technology we use and rely on today, didn’t exist a few years ago. Which means, tomorrow’s technology might still just be a big idea in someone’s brain. ….I’ll let that sink in. Technology is moving faster than it ever has, and it’s going to continue to speed up. What we know how to use today is going…
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Episode 135: Educational Wastelands (Wed., Jan. 31, 2024) For more than 100 years, the so-called education wars have always been a deliberate attempt to sabotage K-12 in America. it's much easier to reform our school system if we understand what befell us. Basically, it was a barbarian invasion by people who don't know anything about education but …
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If there’s one word I want to gently pluck out of the vocabulary of leaders, it would be…. “opportunities”. Why, you ask? I mean it seems like a totally innocent and well-meaning word, right? Well… sometimes, when we tell people on our team what their opportunities are, we actually end up messing with their superpowers. Instead, we can manage their…
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Episode 134: Freedom is the issue. Why did the bold, new President of Argentina come to the UN to state; “I'm here to tell you that the western world is in danger”? The big issue is freedom. Will we hang onto it? Or kick it to the curb? NOTE: "his manners" in paragraph 2 refers to "Trump's manners." -------------------------------------------------…
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Before you became a leader, you thought every executive had it all together. They are confident, always know what decision to make, and turning ideas into execution happens at the snap of a finger. You just walk around telling everyone how to execute the plan, how hard could that be? Insert the laugh track here… Leading is messy…we have to communic…
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Episode 133: Don't Be Their Accomplice (Wed., Jan. 17, 2024) The wrong people are in charge of our schools. You know they are not nice people because they are always trying to dumb down the schools. My main request to everyone: don't help these unscrupulous people. Obstruct them if you can. The best thing is to learn more about the bogus theories a…
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You can’t make a delicious omelette without breaking a couple of eggs. You can’t break through without shattering something. As we set intentions for this year, what if we could commit to breaking things? So many of us are on autopilot in different areas of our lives. Deciding to break things shakes us out of complacency, allows for massive growth …
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Episode 132: The One Book About Education Everyone Should Read (Wed., Jan. 10, 2024) A very unexpected and enjoyable book. The lowdown about 20th century education developments written by a smart insider. World War II was not the first time Germany tried to conquer the United States. The first time was circa 1890 when prestigious German universitie…
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Please! Can We Stop The Dyslexia Nonsense? Everyone in America should watch this podcast (voice or transcript) You'll know why so many people end up not reading at all or they find that reading is very difficult and unpleasant. Cripple reading and you cripple our entire culture. That's what is happening now. ----------------------------------------…
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Research Reveals How K-12 Was Intentionally Sabotaged The podcast Let's Fix Education helps Americans reclaim their public schools. Pick three random numbers from 1 to 130, read those episodes. Then you'll know whether this podcast is helpful for you and/or your friends. For more than 85 years the Education Establishment has relentlessly eliminated…
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Episode 129: Why Education “Experts” Hate Cursive A fast, short explanation of why we need cursive. And why the Education Establishment hates it. American K-12 is the land of slow and partial. Apparently our public schools are in no hurry to go anywhere. Good news: it's easy to fix this. -------------------------------------------------------------…
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