I am quoted in this weekend’s edition of Parade Magazine. After a long conversation with a reporter, fact-checking and a several month delay, I have two sentences in the article, Can Video Games Teach Kids?

Parade has a circulation of 33,000,000 and is read by “72.775 million Americans every week.” By my calculations, that’s approximately 10 million times more readers than the number of people who read my blog. It’s Parade Magazine Cover9.9999 million times the number of edubloggers in the universe.

There are other benefits of being quoted in Parade Magazine:

Parade contacted me based on a 2007 article I published in District Administration Magazine, Edugaming – A Bad Idea for All Ages.

One day I’ll write at greater length about the ridiculous assumptions underlying the creation of a school built on a video game curriculum.