is a former sixth grade teacher and Harvard public policy professor. He’s been studying the achievement gap, education policy, and school reform. So how can we reform our school district? What would teachers and the state have to do? How do we close the achievement gap? And can we compete on a global scale with other countries, whose students surpass us? Tom Loveless of the Brookings Institution weighs in.
Tom Loveless, Sr Fellow in Governance Studies, Brookings Inst