A TV-inspired outline for improving school curriculum

03/2/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

The Food Network show "Restaurant Impossible" offers insights that could help educators upgrade their curriculum, suggests Mike Fisher, an educational consultant and instructional coach. He writes in this blog post that, like on the show that focuses on turning around struggling restaurants, teachers should focus on what's working and what's not, prioritize improvements, gather a team, budget resources and make a plan to sustain the improvements.

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