Schooling in New York City – From Accountability to Revitalization
by Robert Lubetsky & William Stroud - January 10, 2014
New York City public education has received national attention over the last decades. With the new Mayor and change of administration, it is time to rethink the emphasis on accountability as the leading driver of school reform. The authors propose attending to five critical issues that will profoundly impact both the experiences of students and adults in schools, and potentially transform the vision and significance of public education.
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