Apr 19 2022

Homeroom with Education Leaders – Breaking Partisan Lines: How Leading Education Policy Voices Find Common Ground in Difficult Conversations

The Hunt Institute

Virtual

For the past two years, education policy and practice have become front and center topics in the country’s increasingly polarized political atmosphere. Many individuals, including two pre-eminent education policy leaders, believe that in response to this trend, there is a need for leaders who can work with those on the other side of the aisle. In their 2021 novel, A Search for Common Ground, Frederick Hess and Pedro Noguera discuss the toughest issues in education policy and practice, and through that discussion, provide sharp debate on the topics they disagree about, finding that they share common ground along the way.

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