State superintendents call for student-centered reform

The education chiefs from Louisiana, Florida, Virginia, Rhode Island and Indiana published a column today on The Hill identifying education reform as a “national priority and economic necessity” and called for greater educational choices for families:

… the goal of all reforms should be to create a student-centered education. Today, America can offer an unprecedented array of choices to customize education to ensure each and every child achieves their full potential for learning. Choices can come in many forms, including charter and magnet schools, inter- and intra-district enrollment, dual or early college enrollment, vouchers and tax credit scholarships for private schools and virtual schools. In an age where choices dominate every aspect of our lives, the time has come for greater choices in education.

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BY Adam Emerson

Editor of redefinED, policy and communications guru for Florida education nonprofit