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Elory Rozner
Elory Rozner is an education consultant based in Chicago. She works with clients across sectors to design innovative K-12 education programs.

Ms. Rozner began her career teaching English in the United States and Israel. After leaving the classroom, she developed reform-based curricula for Encyclopaedia Britannica and served as education editor for the Britannica Internet Guide. Later, as education manager at the Museum of Science and Industry, Ms. Rozner developed the award-winning program Live...from the Heart.

Ms. Rozner holds education degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Blog Entries by Elory Rozner

As a Young Student

6 Comments | Posted March 13, 2012 | 12:56 PM

What did it all mean, all those years in school? What did I learn, and when and how? What kind of student was I? What was my educational path, and what is its relationship to who I am today?

I was a precocious student who showed a lot of promise....

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Teaching Being Wrong

0 Comments | Posted March 10, 2011 | 11:12 AM

TED2011 took place last week in Long Beach, Calif. I had a front-row seat -- facing my laptop, reading tweets from attendees. Sad, maybe, but also satisfying, thanks to the smart and witty people I follow. One of the speakers I wanted to see was

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Tony Danza Reminds me of... Me

0 Comments | Posted October 28, 2010 | 1:43 AM

I know very little about Tony Danza. I did watch Who's the Boss? (and you did too, and we all remember Angela's power suits), but I haven't followed his career. So I'm not sure what surprised me more -- the launch this month of three new education-themed TV...

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Education's 15 Minutes of Fame

0 Comments | Posted October 12, 2010 | 8:26 PM

It's been a busy couple of weeks for the education industry. Between Education Nation, the releases of Waiting for 'Superman' and Race to Nowhere, major grant announcements from Mark Zuckerberg and the U.S. Department of Education, countless hours of debate...

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