Column: Only high standards of competition will produce real reforms

11/24/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

As long as the Obama administration continues to push for performance standards and competition among states, the contest for Race to the Top federal education grants is a chance to make real education reforms, writes Harold E. Ford Jr., Louis V. Gerstner Jr. and Eli Broad in this Wall Street Journal opinion article. Only the states with the best track records and the best leadership deserve the funds, and they should become models of education reform across the country, they write.

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