This weekend I am participating in a conference put on by the Franklin Center for Government & Public Integrity on School Choice. After touring two schools this morning we are listening to a talk by Derrell Bradford from Better Education for Kids. He has made the case that Education Reform and School Choice is a disruptive technology, and as always…Read More »
There were a few good RMG discussions about education reform, such that when I ran across this NYT article from a few months ago, a few ideas came to mind. And, typical of the NYT to ignore the obvious and get the obvious things wrong: 1. it will go completely unnoticed when unions ruin charters. just as the similarities between…Read More »
Adding another cabinet post puts education reform at risk, writes Senate Minority Leader Richard Tisei (R-Wakefield).
A lot more is at stake here than simply creating an education secretary. The real danger is that the governor will use the reorganization plan to stack the board with appointees that will attempt to turn back the clock on education reform by chipping…