Roughly one of every three public schoolchildren in Florida now attend a school other than the one tied to their zip code.
Duncan gave us the guidebook for creative destruction in public education
When Duncan outlined the “new normal” in public education today, Vander Ark writes, he reminded us of the forces shaping other American industries that were browbeaten to renew themselves in the throes of the Great Recession.
Duncan wants to “personalize” education, and so do we
Arne Duncan is right when he recently told an assembly at the American Enterprise Institute that it’s time to innovate in the schoolhouse, that the century-old, industrial-age factory model of education is wrong for the 21st century. But even the education secretary may not fully understand the implications of his remarks.