The Curse of the “Halo” Effect

This has been a good week for articulating the pattern of ongoing observations. Here’s one that just hit me like a bolt of lightning as I listened to yet another school leader try to explain to me that his high SES schools aren’t the problem, it’s his low SES schools.

Here’s the insight, “The lottery winner luck of working in an affluent zip code is the most cancerous impediment to instructional innovation facing our profession.”

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