Saturday, September 23, 2006

Return on Investment and Reform

The Doyle Report takes an interesting look at our amazing inability to actually consider data when we think about school reform. There is probably ample evidence to support a hypothesis that year round schooling would be far better for achieving desired educational outcomes. In general, it would be interesting to actually with some level of confidence that education reform effort A actually adds more value to student learning than effort B.


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