Litmus tests have undermined school reform | IN 60 SECONDS

Two decades ago, the litmus test for school reformers was quite inclusive in its ideals. Today, the striking thing is how ideologically divisive those core beliefs have become in school reform circles. AEI’s Frederick M. Hess explains how this new outlook is undermining progress in the American education system.

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