Kennedy School Case Study Examines Education Reform Efforts

August 16, 2006
Kate Tighe

Howard Husock, adjunct lecturer in public policy and former director of the KSG Case Program, was recently featured in The Washington Post discussing his work on improving public education through his report: "The KIPP Schools: Deciding How to Go to Scale."

Husock's report focuses on the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP), and he explores the relationship between the 52 KIPP schools in inner city and rural neighborhoods and the clothing store magnates Doris and Don Fisher, primary funders of the KIPP Foundation.

Read the story on washingtonpost.com.
Read an abstract of the report at the KSG Case Program website.

Howard Husock is adjunct lecturer in public policy and vice president for programs at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research. The former director of the KSG Case Program, he has published widely on housing and social policy issues, and has written or edited more than 700 case studies on public and non-profit sector issues.

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