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What's Right with our Schools?

Center for Teaching Quality

President Clinton once said, "There is nothing wrong with America that can't be cured by what is right with America." The same is true of our nation's schools. What if every school, district, and state began with its strengths instead of its weaknesses? What if we used what is right with our schools to cure what is wrong?

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  • Annie Wadhams

    I have to say - this is the most refreshing article title I've seen in a long time.
    Also, love the reminder: "we are all works in progress."
    Thank you.

    • Center for Teaching Quality

      Anne, thanks for taking the time to read it! We love sharing positive perspectives from teachers in the classroom. Justin's writing is nearly always solutions-focused, and we love that he keeps the conversation pushing all of us to be better for our students.