Critical Thinking Expert and Author Jonathan Haber on The Future of Critical Thinking and Education

We sat down with Jonathan Haber to discuss the future of education and the importance of developing critical thinking.

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Jonathan Haber is an educational consultant and researcher and has written books on critical thinking, including Critical Thinking by MIT Press and Critical Voter. Over the past few months, Haber has worked at The Juice on academic standards and critical thinking education. We decided to have a conversation with Haber on the future of education and the importance of critical thinking.

The Juice’s interview with Critical Thinking expert Jonathan Haber (YouTube)

Jonathan started his career as an entrepreneur, running an educational and employment assessment company for 20 years, before working in educational publishing. Most recently, Haber helped get a new graduate school of education started in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and a partnership between Woodrow Wilson Foundation and Princeton, New Jersey.

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