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Why China?

Isn't education supposed to be nonprofit?

A Manifesto for Theaters and Interns, Part 1

A list of do's and don'ts.

McCullough vs. the Shakespeare Cult

An “eye and ear for irony and caustic, comic dialogue."

Sick and Smoggy in Shanghai: Part 1

A virus causes James to think about the role of place on his health.

Money, Opportunity and the Development of “Talent”

The class imbalance in theater education keeps the whole system broken.

Ni Hao, Y’all: A Southern in Shanghai Introduction

James introduces himself, drops some pinyin, and teases tales to come.

Dana Saxon’s Search for Roots Leads to Ancestors unKnown

"I want to see students connecting their personal histories to the larger, global context."

Federal Investment in Scientific Research Is a Broken System

We as a culture need to understand science better and use it more wisely.

An Assistive Technology Talk with Mark Coppin

How assistive technology is revolutionizing education.

ArtsEd Comeback? Ravitch Rails at “The Reign of Error”

Truth or consequences, bluntly put.

Jack Hidary: A Mayoral Hopeful Who Gets ArtsEdTech

If you don't know Jack, you don't know Jack.

The Art of Transformation

Transformation isn't about the poof!

Choosing an Undergraduate Theatre Department

Buyer beware! A university's reputation often is little more than "folklore."

To MFA or Not To MFA

Many go to grad school for the wrong reasons. What are the right ones? Alternatives?

A New Education for a New Theatre

We need a radical new approach to the education of young theatre artists.

Where Arts, Education and Tech Fanatics Gather

Since launching ArtsEdTechNYC a few weeks ago, the author finds things suddenly are en fuego.

Why We Teach “Those People”

Read this. You'll understand the value of compassionate, dedicated, disciplined arts education.

2011 NYC Twestival Set for March 24 — to Support iMentor

The power of social media to benefit a nonprofit that connects professional mentors with mentees.

Richard Kessler’s “Death Panels”: Wrong Words on Arts Education Funding

We'll never teach anyone the "great value" of arts education by linking them to the phrase "death panels."

The 20Under40 Interview Series, Part 4: Ann Gregg

You have to recognize diversity and strengths in people and what they can contribute, whether similar or different, from your own.
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?