The U.S. Chamber and The State Chamber have been working to shake up K-12 education so that every child is prepared for higher education or productive careers. We continue to advocate for common-sense reforms including greater accountability and innovation in schools, recognizing and rewarding effective teachers and principals who improve student achievement, and expanding educational options for all students. Our state's economic future depends on it.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
There's no 'Superman' to save us
We can't afford to wait for Superman, State Chamber president Fred Morgan writes today in The Oklahoman.
Posted by Brandon Dutcher at 11:02 AM
Labels: School Performance Woes
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