When Reform Becomes the Status Quo
The trouble with Reform is that it always produces the perverse effect – that is, the opposite of the announced intent. Strange indeed. That it is the continuing montra of public education. State and Federal courts demand it. Educators and politicians proclaim it. Technology companies rush to capitialize on it. Whole industries have grown up around it. Yet what do we have as a result? An obsolete education system that still has not realized that is cannot be fixed.
This monograph describes the means necessary to go beyond reform – to creation.
Paperback: 20 pages
Publisher: The William J. Cook Company
Product Dimensions: 8.75 x 5.75