The Great Schools Revolution

Extracted 19SEP2011 from

In many countries education is at the forefront of political debate, and reformers desperate to improve their national performance are drawing examples of good practice from all over the world...

[Be careful about the meaning one makes of "the sheer amout of data available on performance." These data are only as good as our understanding of the outcomes they measure and the relevance of these outcomes to what we value and what we believe we need with respect to human learning and development. See e.g., for some ideas about the varieties of ways in which outcomes can be conceived and addressed.]



Gary Riccio

As a partner and as a consultant, I deliver value by identifying, aggregating, and developing previously undervalued assets--people and systems, internal and external, public and private, scientific and technical--for exceptional impact.