BASB board member and former Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville discusses eight broad ideas to build the education system that the 21st century demands.
Most notably, Reville argues that we have to increase access to out-of-school learning for all students. “Affluent families are doing more than ever before in the 80 percent of children’s lives [spent] outside of school to enrich their children’s education. Disadvantaged families can do less and less,” Reville said.
Full video can be viewed on Harvard Graduate School of Education’s “Usable Knowledge” site here.