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3Q with Paul Reville

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Published on May 12, 2020

Paul Reville, Professor of Practice of Educational Policy and Administration Harvard Graduate School of Education and founding director of HGSE's Education Redesign Lab.

Paul Reville:
Twitter - https://twitter.com/paulreville?lang=en
Professor Bio, Harvard Graduate School of Education - https://www.gse.harvard.edu/faculty/p...
Paul's Boston Globe article - https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/04/0...
Harvard Education Redesign Lab - https://edredesign.org/

Teru Clavel:
Twitter - https://twitter.com/TeruClavel
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TeruClavelWr...
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/teruclavel/
Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/teruclavel/
Website - https://teruclavel.com/

Show Notes:
- Inequities outside of school have as much to do with academic performance as what happens within school
- Families are now the lead educators every day
- Use this crisis to pivot and demand a strengthened social contract
- We can't expect schools to manage children's needs the 80% of time they are outside of school, as well as the time they spend in school
- Parents must exercise demand on local public officials
- A silver lining is more connectivity with parents

Quotes from Paul Reville:
"Inadequacies in schools are now on the front page. And people want to do something about it."
"We are seeing the break down of the 'one size fits all' model."
"A system designed on the average, on a factory model, is not going to work any better with parents than it is with students"
"Crisis presents danger and opportunity at the same time."
"Use this crisis as an opportunity to pivot, and demand more, in the way of a strengthened social contract between our communities and our families."
"Parents can exercise demand on local public officials to respond to the needs that have been so vividly revealed in this crisis .... and to include that in our sense of what our civic responsibility is, what our social contract is."

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