At conferences and online, there have been conversations of late about what it even means any more to be an “education reformer.” Here, Fordham’s president proposes an answer. Namely, we reformers believe that good schools deliver strong results for students—and all schools should be held to account for their results; our schools as a whole could be delivering much stronger results for all their students, but especially for disadvantaged children; and one size does not fit all, so we should embrace a pluralistic school system.
The Education Gadfly Weekly: What education reformers believe
Volume 19, Number 11
Robert Pondiscio 3.13.2019
Scott Laband 3.13.2019
Jessie McBirney 3.13.2019
Michael J. Petrilli, David Griffith, Amber M. Northern, Ph.D., Richard Whitmire 3.13.2019