Skip the piecemeal education reform. A group of Texas school superintendents are calling for a complete transformation of public schools to better prepare students for the future in ways that aren't boring, according to the Houston Chronicle. They've laid out the framework in a 48-page report called Creating a New Vision for Public Education in Texas. Nearly two years in the making, the document spells out school leaders' thoughts on six key issues, including the use of digital technology, abuse of standardized testing and designing accountability systems that inspire excellence instead of punish perceived shortcomings. The 35 superintendents from Dallas,


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