CHProfiles17Democracy, as a way of life, requires that the citizens of the democracy share an education in common, a set of stories and aptitudes and even experiences from which we can draw so that there’s an “us” there to govern. Thus the education of the citizenry is always a live question, and to pursue that question, Christian Humanist Profiles is pleased and proud to partner with Craft Lit, a podcast about crafting and literature, to present this interview with Elizabeth Green, whose new book, “Building a Better Teacher,” explores some of the often-neglected angles of public-education policy, namely what we teach teachers when we teach them to teach. Many thanks to Heather Ordover, the host of Craft Lit, as well as to Kristen Fillipic, our publicity liason, who set this up.

Building a Better Teacher by Elizabeth Green

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