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CURMUDGUCATION: Implementationism and Barber

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Diane Ravitch says of this post: " It is Peter Greene at his best." Greene reviews Mike Barber's latest book; its goal is to explain why ordinary people have failed to do reform right. The problem is implementation. Peter writes:  "Their new book has the more-than-a-mouthful title Deliverology in Practice: How Education Leaders Are Improving Student Outcomes, and it sets out to answer the Big Question"Why, with all the policy changes in education over the past five years, has progress in raising student achievement and reducing inequalities been so slow; since we've had full-on reformsterism running for five years, why can't they yet point to any clear successes? They said this stuff was going to make the world of education awesome. Why isn't it happening? There is no good way to implement a bad idea! Read the interesting

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