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The Best “Quotes Of The Day” In 2013 – So Far

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A few months ago, I begin periodically posting “quotes of the day.”

Here are my favorites so far this year:

The Dictatorship of Data: Robert McNamara epitomizes the hyper-rational executive led astray by numbers is an excellent article in the MIT Technology Review.

Here’s an excerpt:

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Robots in the classroom the wrong innovation is a good article in the San Francisco Chronicle.

Here’s an excerpt:

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David Nussbaum has written a very interesting post about the power of storytelling.

Here’s an excerpt:

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Stop Telling Your Employees What to Do is a new post at the Harvard Business Review that has a lot of applicability to the classroom.

Here’s an excerpt:

No Rich Child Left Behind is a must-read column in The New York Times.

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The Wall Street Journal has just reported on a survey of employers by the Association of American Colleges and Universities.

Here’s an excerpt:

How to Give Effective Feedback, Both Positive and Negative is useful column in today’s New York Times. Here’s an excerpt:

The Hidden Biases in Big Data is by Kate Crawford and appeared in The Harvard Business Review. Here’s a quote from it:

This quote is from Marta Kagan in 7 Lessons From the World’s Most Captivating Presenters:

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I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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