American Education Reform
History, Policy, Practice

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Dr. John L. Puckett
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r/clevercomebacks • comment
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Yeah, Administrative Progressivism is probably the biggest barrier to education reform in America today.


Administrative Progressivism is the idea that schools just need better management to direct teachers. It is the predominate model for schools in America, and why we have a glut of over paid micromanagers for administrators.