A thousand times YES — use data to track inequality & “grade” public officials accordingly on how well they reduce poverty, imprisonment, crime, and unemployment. Reduce those ills & students will succeed.
A superintendent calls school reformers’ bluff
A Texas superintendent writes: “As a public school administrator, I have been a steadfast critic of the legacy of No Child Left Behind. But I’ve recently figured out a way that school reformers can get me on their side. It’s very simple….I’m calling for data-driven equality, modeled on Kress’s wor…