It didn’t take long for the blogosphere to use its heralded mind reading abilities to accuse the Broader/Bolder campaign of advancing reforms traditionally outside of the K-12 system at the expense of K-12 reform.
Read the statement. It said no such thing. In fact, the report argues for continued school improvement efforts:
To close achievement gaps, we need smaller classes in early grades for disadvantaged children; to attract high-quality teachers in hard-to-staff schools; improve teacher and school leadership training; make college preparatory curriculum accessible to all; and pay special attention to recent immigrants.
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