Finding the Delicate Balance Between Educational Mission and For-Profit Motive

Education Companies Must Show They Care as Much About Student Outcomes as the Bottom Line

Contributing Writer

For-profit education companies that aspire to boost student achievement and enhance teacher effectiveness—even those with proven results—often have to defend their ambitions.  They’re accused by skeptics of caring too much about the bottom line and not enough about outcomes.

Yet there doesn’t have to be an unmanageable conflict between their desire to make a difference and…

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