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3 Reasons Next Week May Be an Historic Turning Point in Public Education Reform
Secretary Arne Duncan, Dan Domenech, Randi Weingarten

 

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Next week hundreds of teams of school board presidents, school superintendents and teacher union leaders will converge at a "collaboration" conference in Denver. The event is being called historic by some education leaders. It is also being compared to the unprecedented breaking down of barriers among traditional adversaries that was orchestrated at this year's State of The Union address. Even some traditional cynics are acknowledging that next week could indeed be an historic turning point in public education. In this pre-event interview, we go behind the scenes and speak candidly with three of the key organizers.

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canada"The one thing that we have to get over is this sense that it's us versus them... that's the way it's been, but it doesn't have to continue like that.  How can we create more powerful, more effective schools?"


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