And that’s all it will take for society to change the way it educates all children, to insure that all get a good education.
Howard ended with this Tweet.
AT ALL AGES
AND AROUND THE WORLD
Another speaker, Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville championed policies that braided social support for families with traditional education.
His methods were so effective that he now champions similar strategies for the entire country as the HGSE Professor of Practice of Educational Policy and Administration.
“Our current urban school systems are outmoded and insufficient to overcome society’s hurdles.”
Reville and HGSE are perfectly poised to create 21st Century models that ensure a better education and future for every child, and consequently a better world for all.
Yet another speaker, HGSE Dean Bridget Terry Long proclaimed that not all educational reform has to blow up a current system to make a big difference. Long proves this with her work making the federal application for financial aid simpler and more effective for low-income students.
Finally, Thomas Kane spoke on how HGSE is perfectly poised to develop research projects with smart data analysts across the country. Doing more of this before embarking on poorly researched federal mandates will save society money and create a better education system faster.
Win for our pocketbooks. Win for society.