Boosting Accountability in New York’s Schools

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How to Meet the Governor’s Historic Challenge

John C. Reid, the state’s assistant secretary for education under Gov. Eliot Spitzer, offers welcoming remarks to those gathered at the Empire Center education forum (© Dave Feiden).

A panel of state and national education experts gathered at the state Capitol in Albany March 8 to examine and debate Gov. Spitzer’s historic education reform plan, which aims to hold New York schools more accountable than ever before. This page features a link to a slide presentation by one of the featured speakers and streaming audio of the event.

A transcript of the forum’s first part, featuring welcoming remarks and presentations, can be found here. A transcript of the forum’s panel discussion can be found here.

 

 

WELCOMING REMARKS

John C. Reid
Assistant Secretary for Education
State of New York, Executive Chamber (Governor’s Office)
  AUDIO: [MP3 DOWNLOAD]

 

MAKING NEW YORK’S SCHOOLS MORE ACCOUNTABLE


Thomas W. Carroll
President, Foundation for Education Reform & Accountability
   AUDIO: [MP3 DOWNLOAD]
   REPORT: GRADING EDUCATION: Making New York’s Schools More Accountable

 

ACCOUNTABILITY LESSONS-WHAT WORKS-AND WHAT DOES NOT

Paul E. Peterson, a nationally renowned education expert from Harvard University and director of its Program on Educational Policy and Governance at the Kennedy School of Government, speaks on what does-and doesn’t-work when trying to increase school accountability
(© Dave Feiden).

Paul E. Peterson
Director, Program on Educational Policy and Governance
Kennedy School of Government
   AUDIO: [MP3 DOWNLOAD]
   SLIDE PRESENTATION: [VIEW]

 

PANEL DISCUSSION
DEFINING THE ‘NEW PARADIGM’ FOR ACCOUNTABILITY

   AUDIO: [MP3 DOWNLOAD]

Moderator:
David F. Shaffer
President, Public Policy Institute of New York State

Panelists:
Carl Hayden
Chancellor Emeritus
New York State Board of Regents

Richard C. Iannuzzi
President, New York State United Teachers

Sol Stern, a Manhattan Institute senior fellow and contributing editor to City Journal, offers his thoughts on boosting school accountability during a panel discussion examining Gov. Spitzer’s education-reform plan (© Dave Feiden).

Timothy G. Kremer
Executive Director, New York State School Boards Association

Thomas L. Rogers
Executive Director, New York State Council of School Superintendents.

Sol Stern
Contributing Editor, City Journal and Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute

AUDIO: [MP3 DOWNLOAD]