My recent piece for Brookings on school malpractice is here. I was not envisioning that having lawyers filing lots of lawsuits will help to improve education directly.  But having some suits be successful might improve education, and possibly by a lot. Having to meet standards for what it means to educate children successfully will focus attention on those standards, which will focus attention on research and evidence underlying the standards. It’s a virtuous circle.


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