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And it is in place statewide in several states, including Arkansas, which is one of your neighbors. What I would like to do here is to make a case for educational choice and explain to you why I think it is the single most promising approach to educational improvement that we have available to us today. Let me begin by observing something that you will probably hear in one way or another from all the speakers, but I like to put a somewhat different twist on it. It is customary for all of us to begin talking about education today by emphasizing that we have a very serious problem, and in fact we do have a very serious problem.
How, as a principal, can you put together a team of people The Case for Educational Choice 35 whom you trust and respect if you do not get to say who is teaching in the school and who is not teaching in the school? If you have no control over personnel, obviously, you cannot. Bureaucracy is deadly to effective schools. The final thing that we found, and this is the real clincher, is that when you look at public schools around the country today, only under very special circumstances are our public school systems able to relax the bureaucracy, to encourage strong leadership, to encourage professionalism, to create the kinds of environments where schools can flourish.
2008 Schweser QuickSheet: Critical Concepts for Exam Success. Level 2