The case for holding students accountable
from Education Next
Sometimes it seems as if we've tried everything in our efforts to reform public education, yet nothing has worked to boost student achievement at scale. And despite all of our reform attempts, we have ignored one of the most promising catalysts for student success. What is this magical, elusive factor? Student effort. As education economists John H. Bishop and Ludger Woessmann have put it, "Student effort is probably the most important input in the education process."
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