Tag Archives: education reform

Hope Abounds on New Year’s Day!

January 1, 2014 - May 2014 be a time of peace and achievement for all at Trinity! And let's work for improvement in the world beyond Michigan Avenue! Continue reading
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Command-Control-Collapse

April 10, 2011 - School reform needs transformational leaders. The mayoral command-and-control model does not work. Continue reading
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Super Isolation

February 6, 2011 - Sure, the Super Bowl is fun, but Americans need to be just as passionate and interested in world affairs. Continue reading
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War of the Wonks

November 29, 2010 - Cathie Black will do fine as Chancellor of the New York Public Schools. But the War of the Wonks over education credentials is distracting from the real business of education reform. Continue reading
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Poverty Matters

October 3, 2010 - Sometimes I read something that just stops me in my tracks.  Makes me think about what’s really going on.  Causes me to wonder why so many people just don’t get it. Just days after the defeat of Mayor Adrian Fenty… Continue reading
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Who Controls Education?

March 7, 2010 - At the heart of the debates that continue to rage over improving the nation’s schools is a fundamental question:  who controls education?  Superintendents?  Governors?  The U.S. Department of Education?  An article in the  New York Times Magazine… (“Building Better Teachers” Continue reading
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