A History of Public Education and the Assembly of Services

Public schools are at the epicenter of efforts to better meet the needs of young people. Over the past 150 years, these schools have been gradually tasked with meeting more needs of more students. Today, education leaders and policymakers must determine whether it’s fair or reasonable to ask public schools to meet so many consequential student needs and — if not — what an alternative approach might be.

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