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A panel on saving North Carolina's ruinous public education system 

Among public school reformers, scholar David Kirp observes, the "no excuses" camp is pitted against the "social context" camp. The first sees public schools as "fossilized bureaucracies" filled with time-serving teachers concerned with their own job security. It wants results—now! The second…

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Thanks Bob for the passion and ideas delivered in style. Glad you'll still be occasionally writing articles in the future.

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