From the Archives: Stories From Education Week on the Summit
Read more about the 1989 summit with these additional stories.
Education Summit's 'When' and 'Where' Are Set, But the 'Why' Remains Unsettled (Sept. 6, 1989)
Summit's Promise: 'Social Compact' for Reforms (Oct. 4, 1989)
Bickering Exposes the Frailty of Summit's Consensus (Oct. 4, 1989)
Summit Agenda Likely To Spark Fight in Congress (Oct. 11, 1989) (Sept. 6, 1989)
Governors Aim To Make Schools '2nd to None' (March 7, 1990)
Small Group's Inside Role in Goals-Setting Provides Clues to Education Policymaking (March 14, 1990)
The 'Education President' at Midterm: Mismatch Between Rhetoric, Results? (Jan. 9, 1991)
1st Goals Report Contains Failures And Incompletes (Oct. 2, 1991)
Standards: Running Out of Steam (April 12, 1995)
With 2000 Looming, Chances of Meeting National Goals Iffy (Jan. 13, 1999)
Mission Imponderable: Goals Panel to Disband (Jan. 9, 2002)
U.S. Common-Standards Push Bares Unsettled Issues (Jan. 14, 2010)
Related: View our entire story package, The Federal Government, States, and Standards: A 25-Year Partnership?
Source: Education Week | Design & Visualization: Deanna Del Ciello