In 2011, Michael Fullan published a paper called “Choosing the Wrong Drivers for Whole System Success.” 10 years later, after the high-magnitude disruption of COVID-19 in education, he has published a new paper with the Centre for Strategic Education: “The Right Drivers for Whole System
What can we do to improve our children’s schools? Let’s listen to these voices from policymakers, school-building leaders, teachers, parents and the media about today’s education systems:
Schools today are dangerous and violent places.
Students aren’t becoming equipped to succeed in 21st-century higher education
This article was originally published on The 74 Million.
As President Obama’s administration winds down, there will be plenty of arguments under the heading, “The Next Phase of Education Reform.” And as fun as it will be for everyone to debate the substantive merits and political fortunes of the
Of all the changes facing busy educators across the nation presently, few if any have caused as much concern and angst as the new teacher evaluation systems nearly all states have rushed to adopt.
Many of these system adoptions have been in response to state applications
Contributed by Jim Popham
In almost all 50 states, teachers will soon be subjected to annual, high-stakes evaluations of their instructional competence. Unlike previous teacher evaluations that were aimed at improving teachers' instructional skills, these new teacher evaluations are much more likely to lead to a