Systems Change Course

In a recent SSIR article, Kania and Kramer make an interesting remark: “The scale and complexity of the U.S. public education system have thwarted attempted reforms for decades… The heroic efforts of countless teachers, administrators, and nonprofits, together with billions of dollars in charitable contributions, may have led to important improvements in individual schools and classrooms, yet system-wide progress has seemed virtually unobtainable.”