ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Another Dangerous History/School Sucks crossover episode!

Recently I was invited onto the School Sucks podcast with Brett Veinotte to discuss some of the negative trends I'm experiencing in my teaching dayjob; part 1 of that conversation is also the heart of this DHP episode. (This is a crossover episode, featuring the same conversation as School Sucks Episode #601.)

Join Brett & CJ as they discuss some of the negative institutional trends CJ has experienced, such as reduced course variety, problems with online classes in an institutional education setting, issues with the elimination of mandatory remedial courses for certain students (despite the fact that many students badly need them), and some of the warped incentives created by performance funding and over-reliance on quantitative, outcomes-based metrics.

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