Aiming Higher: The Next Decade of Education Reform in Maryland

Monday, December 31, 2001Printer-friendly version

In 2001, Achieve responded to a request from the state superintendent for an external review of Maryland's education reform efforts. This report focused on the state's role in four key areas: setting and measuring higher standards; holding districts, schools and students accountable for results; strengthening teaching and helping schools and districts build capacity to implement reform; and sustaining public support for standards-based reform.