13 Best Inspirational Quotes For School Reform

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Get here the list of some best inspirational quotes about school reform that will motivate you to change your study pattern.

Best Quotes About School Reform

1. “Can teachers successfully educate children to think for themselves if teachers are not treated as professionals who think for themselves?” ― Diane Ravitch

2. “We stigmatize mistakes. And we’re now running national educational systems where mistakes are the worst thing you can make — and the result is that we are educating people out of their creative capacities.” ― Ken Robinson

3. “The purpose of school should not be to prepare students for more school. We should be seeking to have fully engaged students now.” ― Donalyn Miller

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4. “Schools and universities don’t teach you to build a civilized society free from disparity, they teach you clever tactics to be on the affluent side of disparity. This is not education, this is castration.” ― Abhijit Naskar

5. “As we seek to reform our schools, we must take care to do no harm.” ― Diane Ravitch

6. “Accountability makes no sense when it undermines the larger goals of education.” ― Diane Ravitch

7. “Education reform comes across as colonial to people who’ve been here for decades,” he said. “It’s very missionary, imposed, done to people rather than in cooperation with people.” ― Dale Russakoff

8. “Not everyone in school is learning. Not everyone learning is in school” ― Saji Ijiyemi

9. “This is the language of school reform. It is a language so riddled with unintelligible, meaningless talk as to be all but indecipherable to speakers of plain English.” ― Anonymous

10. “The school must permit the free, natural manifestations of the child if in the school scientific pedagogy is to be born. This is the essential reform.” ― Maria Montessori

11. “The paradox of education reform is this: The levers that are good at changing schools are often least associated with improving student learning. In other words, too often we remodel the kitchen when we would have had more impact if we had simply put some salt and pepper on the table.” ― Tony Frontier

12. “Individual differences in general cognitive ability is the single most important variable for understanding how well students … learn academic material.” ― Frisby

13. “The students come first… because they are the foundational basis of funding.” ― Fröderick Frankenstein