Educators Tell House Committee to Give Schools More Flexibility

One-size-fits-all usually ends up meaning “one-size-fits-few.” And there is no exception when it comes to education.

That was the message sent during a hearing held last week by the House Education and Workforce Committee: The federal government needs to step back and give states and schools more flexibility.

During last Thursday’s hearing, “Education Reforms: Promoting Flexibility and Innovation,” witnesses testified of the importance of allowing schools to set their own course instead of being forced to comply with rigid demands set forth by Washington.



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