Let’s test promising achievement-gap closing strategies

We need to apply the state’s innovation mindset to education

MASSACHUSETTS LAST PASSED a major overhaul on public education in 1993. That year, Bill Clinton became president. The World Wide Web began to take off. Whitney Houston’s single “I Will Always Love You’’ held the top spot on the billboard charts. And I was three years old. My public education was greatly influenced by the(...)

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