Everything Wrong With The Way We Talk About Education and Technology in 1,200 Words.

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Here it is:

Risk, by Bruce Dixon

Too long, didn’t read? Here’s a summary:

  1. Dixon demands “change” but never defines the nature of that change.
  2. He assumes that change is the same thing as progress.
  3. Dixon slanders those who resist change as doing so based on fear and ignorance.
  4. He denounces critical examination.
  5. And he drops the ball on the notion of “risk” several times, conflating risk with change and private risk with public risk.

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