What We’re Watching: A Way Forward for School Reform

A Conversation with Frederick M. Hess and Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan

A decade ago, for better or worse, education improvement was widely seen as a bipartisan cause. Today, fights over schooling are increasingly polarized. Are there opportunities for principled agreement on action regarding choice, teacher pay, parental involvement, the teaching of American history, or much else?

On Tuesday, October 3, at 4:30 p.m. ET, Join AEI’s Frederick M. Hess, former US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, and the New York Times’ Erica L. Green as they discuss where we are and possible paths forward.

Submit questions to Ilana.Ovental@aei.org or on Twitter with #HessDuncan.

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