Education Factory

rocketshipfactoryweb1000“Education Factory,” a new illustration in the Fall 2014 issue of Rethinking Schools. The cover theme of the issue β€œTeaching in Black and White,” with a number of very sharp and inspiring essays about race in the classroom. My illustration is for an article about Rocketship charter schools called β€œRocketship to Profits.” Please consider buying a copy of the issue!

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Targeting Books and Films, The Library That Target Built

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Illustrations for the new issue of Rethinking Schools (Summer 2014 vol. 28, no.4)!

The articles they accompany are not online but about how Target’s corporate funding of a public school library affected the students and how teachers are using “12 Years A Slave” and “Hunger Games” to teach social justice.

Chartersaurus Rex

kids are like popcornHey, there is a new issue of Rethinking Schools out and it has a full page illustration by yers truly! This time I am illustrating an article by Stan Karp about charter schools, and I was offered the chance to do a full-page comic, but just did not have the time, unfortunately. Check out the drawing after the jump or at the Rethinking Schools page, and head there anyways to read the article, and be sure to buy the issue to support RT so they can continue offering me gigs!

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Just Math

All those equations? Actual labor economics and pollutionn math.

My latest editorial illustration for the amazing Rethinking Schools focuses on teaching math so students can “make sense of and transform the world around them.” The basic idea behind this illustration was to combine a relatively simple drawing with a whole lot of actual math: I dug up equations on wage labor from economics website, and a hell of a lot of stuff about air pollution and energy from a variety of science websites. You can read the full editorial here.