Clayton Hoyle

Adapting and Thriving in the New Normal

A Nation at Risk: The Imperative for Educational Reform is a seminal report. Considered a landmark event in modern American educational history, it was published in 1983 by the U.S. National Commission on Excellence in Education. More than three decades later, the overarching question remains: have we improved educational opportunities for all students? It Just …

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We’re Still a Nation at Risk

The upheaval of the 1960’s with the civil rights and anit-war movements preceded a decade ushering in a recession.  All of which exposed two endemic concerns for the United States: Structural educational inequality which disproportionately impacted people of color. Students being unprepared to contribute to a rapidly changing, more competitive economy.  The fear that these …

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