Michael Fullan and other notable experts present a cohesive model of tri-level reform—school, district, and state educators collaborating to build and strengthen capacity for change.
Ben Levin (former Deputy Minister of Education in Ontario) and I teamed up to describe the Ontario strategy in the first article in this section. Think of this as the joint effort of an insider (Ben) and an outsider (me) change agent coming together in an applied strategic direction.
The other article in this section comes from Michael Barber. Starting as the architect of Tony Blair's first reform, and now active around the world, including the United States, in advising governments on system reform, Barber is hard hitting and demanding as he urges systems to move from awful to adequate to good to great. Only the latter will save public school systems, and Barber identifies what systems need to achieve greatness in their ...