Should data drive decision-making in education policy or should data be used in the service of our values?
Harry Brighouse and Susanna Loeb join Marty West to discuss how the tools of philosophy and social science can help policymakers make better decisions.
Brighouse and Loeb, along with Helen Ladd and Adam Swift, are the authors of Educational Goods: Values, Evidence, and Decision-Making.
David Steiner reviewed the book for EdNext here.
– Education Next