FORD FOUNDATION ARTICLES ON EDUCATION REFORM
Posted by on April 19, 2002
A new issue of the Ford Foundation Report features articles that draw attention to new and promising approaches to education reform. Three new articles highlight reforms at the elementary, high school and college level such as forming public-private partnerships among teachers, parents and real estate developers to rebuild and save crumbling schools; strengthening the structure and support system to help poor and underserved students make a smooth transition to college; and exploring Texas’ new 10 percent plan. http://www.fordfound.org/ffreport/fall2002/
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