What would it really take to make education work better, not just in small ways but in big ones? In this thought-provoking post for the new year, Carol lays out eight big ideas, drawing inspiration from global leaders, economists, and Warren Buffett.
Investments in the education budget are critical. So are investments that level the playing field in even more basic ways.
Traditional public schools are required to provide free or reduced-price meals to students from low-income families. The vast majority of charter schools provide food, too, but they aren't required to do so. Should they be?
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