How to Reframe the Education Policy Debate

Education policymakers have successfully framed the language of modern school reform to reflect specific values — “accountability,” for example, means standardized test-based accountability, and “no excuses” means that teachers are to blame if students don’t do well. To move past this limiting reform model supporters of public education will have to reframe the debate with language that infuses their own values of shared responsibility and empathy.

Read the full article here: How to reframe the education reform debate – The Washington Post

Published on the Washington Post’s The Answer Sheet, November 19, 2014


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