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Putting school budgets in teachers' hands

from Education Next

Who decides what education products and services schools buy? For the most part, it’s district purchasing agents, school principals, technology coordinators and bureaucrats — anyone but the end user in the classroom. It's an ineffective market, with products and services handed down to teachers from purchasing decisionmakers on high. Take the $18 billion we spend in the United States on professional development for teachers every year. For the most part, teachers don't pick the programs. Their schools and districts do. And the research on the return on that investment is damning, with all those dollars failing to move the needle on student outcomes. more


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