Tag: Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush: How to end the epidemic of failure in America’s schools

Editor’s note: This commentary from former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, founder and chairman of ExcelinEd and ExcelinEd in Action, appeared last week on wsj.com. While much of the U.S. has returned to normal after the pandemic, the long-term academic harm to students endures. This school year is the first time[Read More…]

The science of reading

The Thomas B. Fordham Institute’s Dale Chu provided an excellent summary of the reading controversies in the pages of the National Review in an article titled “Casualties of the Reading Wars.” Chu walks readers through the research on reading methodology and outlines what might be described as a “poor reading[Read More…]

Florida reformers got it right

Editor’s note: This commentary from William Mattox, a resident fellow at the James Madison Institute and a reimaginED guest blogger, originally appeared in the Summer 2022 issue of Education Next.  My son Richard has the chutzpah of Hank Greenberg, the greatest Jewish baseball player of all time. So, soon after[Read More…]

Jeb Bush: How we can reimagine the teaching profession for the 21st century in Florida and US

Editor’s note: Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush advocates for teacher education reform to better improve the talent pipeline and encourage new educators in this opinion piece circulated by ExcelinEd, the organization for which he is founder and chairman. The commentary published originally in the Miami Herald. Across the country, schools[Read More…]

Jeb Bush: ‘Reform is never finished, success is never final’

Editor’s note: Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush advocates for an “unbundled” education of the future after two years of disrupted schooling in this opinion piece circulated by ExcelinEd, the organization for which he is founder and chairman. The commentary published originally in the Miami Herald. Last month marked two years[Read More…]