Who Can You Trust and What Can You Believe?
Strive to seek the truth, be informed, anticipate the consequences of our actions based on our history of reforms, and remember that actions do speak louder than words. Dig deep and then trust yourself.
Judge reform ideas based on their ability to increase the likelihood that they will improve the learning condition for students.
By using what we know, the path to progress becomes easy to follow. If America cannot see that equality is the right path, we are lost!
“Young powerfully reminds us that we, America’s citizens, are the ultimate source of political power and public policy in our democracy. We, the people, need to learn about what ‘reform’ policies have been imposed, what’s wrong with them, and how they need to be changed.” Gary Ratner, Director of Citizens for Effective Schools
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Education’s Missing Ingredient, 2nd edition