Let’s say it again: America’s schools have some serious problems. Pundits and policy makers tackle these problems from the top down. They assume change will eventually trickle its way into the classrooms of actual children and improve the education they get. I think change need not wait for the trickle-down improvements to finally take hold. […]
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