Opinion: Radical reform begins with eliminating gaps

08/26/2005 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Former Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools chief James Pughsley says closing the gap between American students and their global peers involves getting the best teachers into schools, making stronger connections to families and communities and lengthening the school day and year. In an opinion piece, he argues meeting the increasingly-complex needs of students and families benefits society in general.

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