Superintendent on school reform: “It is Not Working.”

Posted by Kevin Basmadjian, Dean

An article in today’s Washington Post discusses the possible reasons for Governor Malloy’s plans to delay Connecticut’s new teacher evaluation and development system. Contained within the article is a letter written last week by the Superintendent of Madison Public Schools, Thomas Scarice, on what he considers the real problems with education reform in the state of Connecticut. The letter is clear, compelling, and, in my estimation, very accurate, so I have decided to repost it to our own blog for others to read and comment on. Here is the link to the Washington Post article:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2014/02/03/superintendent-on-school-reform-it-is-not-working/

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  1. Pingback: A Connecticut Superintendent Speaks Out Against Failed "Reforms" |CommonCored.us

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