How researchers and policymakers can support better practices in schools
from Education Next (commentary)
Robert Pondiscio, a contributor for Education Next, writes: "Almost exactly a year ago I wrote a piece in this space arguing that education reformers had 'overplayed our hand, overstated our expertise, and outspent our moral authority by a considerable margin' as the movement morphed from idealism to policymaking over the past two decades. The way to get back on track, I suggested, is to refocus ed reform’s considerable energies on improving classroom practice, rather than continue to make the blithe assumption that schools and districts need only to be properly incentivized or kicked in the britches in order to do right by kids."
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