Education Reform=Turmoil and Disruption

Anthony Cody, a teacher and the writer/editor of Living in Dialogue, had the following to say about “Education Reform”. Seattle, please note the parallels. Turmoil Seems to be Chief Product of Education Reform When something keeps on appearing as a byproduct of an activity, eventually you might begin to wonder if perhaps the byproduct is actually the objective. The one result that education reform efforts seem to have in common is turmoil in our schools, especially those where there is high poverty. Let’s take a look at the strategies being employed, and what they are yielding: Charter schools: From Chicago … Continue reading Education Reform=Turmoil and Disruption