Tag: public policy

State superintendents call for student-centered reform

The¬†education chiefs from Louisiana, Florida, Virginia, Rhode Island and Indiana published¬†a column today on The Hill identifying education reform as a “national priority and economic necessity” and called for greater educational choices for families: … the goal of all reforms should be to create a student-centered education. Today, America can[Read More…]

Rhee: Elevate teaching, empower parents, spend wisely

Rhee unveiled the proposal today, breaking down what StudentsFirst referred to as “a call to action and a roadmap for state and local lawmakers …” Anticipating the polarization her proposals are sure to bring, she prefaced that the agenda “has assembled policies that will improve public education without regard to their point of origin on the political spectrum.”