Living In Dialogue; Hosted by Anthony Cody

Living In Dialogue; Hosted by Anthony Cody2016-11-29T17:39:43-05:00

Project Description

EdWeek, Living In Dialogue
The new LLiving in Dialogue launched in August of 2014. It is a completely independent publication, edited by retired educator Anthony Cody. Its purpose is to foster discussion around critical issues related to public education in the United States and the world. The original Living in Dialogue was born in the summer of 2008 at Education Week, and posts from the past are archived there.

The Living in Dialogue web site was designed by Robert Perry, with artwork contributed by Sarah Puglisi.

EdWeek, Living In Dialogue
For archives, articles published prior to August 2014, please visit Living In Dialogue a former feature of EdWeek.

Anthony Cody writes the column. He spent 24 years working in Oakland schools, 18 of them as a science teacher at a high needs middle school. He is National Board certified, and now leads workshops with teachers focused on Project Based Learning. With education at a crossroads, he invites you to join him in a dialogue on education reform and teaching for change and deep learning.

For additional information on Cody’s work, visit his Web site, Teachers Lead or follow him on Twitter.