‘Reform’ a potent weapon in the war of words
| Mar 04, 2011
The rhetoric of education today tends to divide the world in two: between those who favor "reform" and those who don't.
Many who consider themselves reformers say they stand in opposition to the "status quo." Some of them speak of the need to challenge the "education establishment," or the education bureaucracy. Many also describe their policies as putting the needs of children and students first, as opposed to the ideas favored by their critics, who by implication are focused mostly on the concerns of adults. To learn more, read the full article by Sean Cavanagh at the Education Week website.