What We’re Watching: Are Bad Schools Immortal?



By Education Next 04/01/2011

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In this video, a panel organized by the Fordham Institute discusses why the vast majority of low-performing schools remain open—and remain low-performing—year after year.

Panelists included:

Jeanne Allen, President, The Center for Education Reform
Justin Cohen
, President, School Turnaround Group, Mass Insight Education
Elaine Weiss, National Coordinator, Broader Bolder Approach to Education
David Stuit
, Partner, Basis Policy Research, and author, Are Bad Schools Immortal?

Mike Petrilli moderated the discussion.

More information about the event, which took place on March 2, 2011, is available here.




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