Education Reform Quotes by David Cameron, John F. Kennedy, Juan Williams, Chris Gabrieli, Rob McKenna, Ron DeSantis and many others.
The economy is the start and end of everything. You can’t have successful education reform or any other reform if you don’t have a strong economy.
The human mind is our fundamental resource.
President Obama and Secretary Duncan have made stronger teacher evaluation a key part of their education reform efforts. Under their signature plan, called ‘Race to the Top,’ states can win federal support for schools by improving teacher evaluations.
Indeed, while so much in education reform can divide activists into warring camps, expanding learning time unites reformers around a shared vision of bringing excellence and breadth to our nation’s most impoverished and struggling schools.
There is an analogy between conservation and education reform. The coalition around education reform is the biggest bipartisan thing going in this state right now. We need to recapture the big bipartisan spirit for conservation.
Jeb Bush is the foremost authority on education reform in the Republican Party, and I will look to reform the ballooning costs of our higher education system along the lines that he has advocated.
Our progress as a nation can be no swifter than our progress in education. The human mind is our fundamental resource.
The idea of school choice is spreading like wildfire around the country, because it’s the one education reform that puts real choices and real opportunities in the hands of families who desperately need them.
America needs education reform on all levels to expand quality schools, build on past successes, and lower college debt.
I got my masters in social sciences and education at Stanford, and initially – this is back in 2002 or 2003 when I graduated – I wanted to move to D.C. and work on education reform, specifically with No Child Left Behind.
It’s time for the US to widen its circle of learning, not to circle its wagons against hostile ideas in education reform.
Have you ever noticed how statists are constantly “reforming” their own handiwork? Education reform. Health-care reform. Welfare reform. Tax reform. The very fact that they’re always busy “reforming” is an implicit admission that they didn’t get it right the first 50 times.
I’ve been very engaged in Illinois and Chicago civic activities for a long time; mostly around building businesses and helping entrepreneurs grow companies, but also around education and education reform.
The promise of education reform can never be fulfilled without adequate funding, and by shortchanging our schools, President Bush is breaking his promise to our children.
There is a growing acceptance and interest in publicly funded school choice as a catalyst for education reform in general and a way to empower parents to be education reformers.