Ideas for post-pandemic schooling

Frederick Hess, a former high school social studies teacher and an executive editor at Education Next, writes that now is the time for “fundamentally rethinking how schools make use of instructional talent.”

“A half-century ago, when teaching talent was plentiful and the demands on teachers were more uniform, the notion of the do-everything teacher might’ve made more sense,” writes Hess, director of education policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. “Changes in the larger economy, the profession and the resources at our disposal mean this is no longer the case.”

Read his full post here.