Stop the Education “Blame Game”: Let’s Get Real About Accountability

April 11, 2012
Lydia Dobyns

Lydia Dobyns

I’ve yet to meet an adult involved in education who does not espouse anything other than “I’m here for the children.” Regardless of the intentions, saying that student success is top priority, and taking action to assure student success, yield entirely different results.

To achieve true student success, it’s time to bring communities together, create real accountability systems and align funding to student outcomes. (STRIVE┬áis a great organization working as community conveners to facilitate exactly this type of Cradle to Career success.)

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