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Hear What Experts Have to Say about Critical Issues in Education

Education reform is a national priority. Dr. David Driscoll, EdD, a nationally recognized education leader, provides a series of video interviews on critical issues in education reform and its potential effect on states, teachers, teacher licensure testing, school leadership, and the future.







Education Reform and the States

A conversation with Dr. David Driscoll, past president of the Council of Chief State School Officers and 22nd Commissioner of Education for Massachusetts, on education reform, the experience in Massachusetts, lessons learned, implications for other states, and how to move reform ahead.







Education Reform and Teachers

A conversation with Dr. David Driscoll, past president of the Council of Chief State School Officers and 22nd Commissioner of Education for Massachusetts, on education reform and the role of teachers, teacher preparation programs, teacher program accreditation, and student teaching.









Education Reform and Teacher Licensure Testing

A conversation with Dr. David Driscoll, past president of the Council of Chief State School Officers and 22nd Commissioner of Education for Massachusetts, on education reform and the role of teacher licensure testing, what skills should be assessed, and advice for teacher candidates who fail the first time.









Education Reform and School Leadership

A conversation with Dr. David Driscoll, past president of the Council of Chief State School Officers and 22nd Commissioner of Education for Massachusetts, on education reform and the role of principals in education reform, trends in certification for school leaders, and how principals’ roles have changed.





Education Reform and the Future

A conversation with Dr. David Driscoll, past president of the Council of Chief State School Officers and 22nd Commissioner of Education for Massachusetts, on the future of education reform, Common Core Standards, teacher licensing and international benchmarking.