Thursday, April 4, 2013

Innovation schools need a qualified 'no' - by Josh Amaral

Saying no to these two innovation schools isn't saying no to progress. It's saying no to something we aren't completely sure will work.
It's not that we shouldn't encourage and welcome change. We need to. We're obligated to. Everyone admits we need to do things differently. But we have to figure out smart, equitable ways to do so, and I sure hope we do. I support our public schools, and I'd like to be able to support "innovative" thinking that is in the best interest of our system.

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