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Polarization in the USA and the Need to Teach Data Triangulation

Polarization has become serious in the U.S. and has significant negative consequences that impact society. From the cultural divide between Republicans and Democrats to positions on immigration, racial equity, same-sex marriage and more, deep lines have been drawn. Arguably, even our current rifts on impeachment and middle east issues are based more on partisanship than fact.  This divide places “the other side” as a threat and collaborative communication is nearly non-existent. Even our news sources have become entrenched in positional reporting, making it difficult for many to have an objective and non-partisan viewpoint.

Is there a solution?  I believe so.  Educators can plan a key role.

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Latest News & Events

Last month was a busy one for me in Education.  I gave the keynote for Indiana School Boards Association & Indiana Public School Administrators Association, New Hampshire School Administrators Association, Virginia Association of School Superintendents Region VIII, and spoke to students at Ben Davis University High School in Indiana.

This week I head to Milwaukee to address the Milwaukee Area Technical College as well as local high school. Thank you to Britannica who helped make each of these possible through our ongoing partnership.

More News in the blog post >

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Please feel free to reply with your thoughts, speaking event interests, and questions, and I’ll be glad to respond.

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Best Regards,

Ravi Hutheesing
International Keynote Speaker
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