Theodore R. Sizer, Leading School Reformer, Dies at 77
From guest blogger Ann Bradley:
Theodore R. Sizer has died of colon cancer at the age of 77, according to this article in The New York Times. Mr. Sizer had a long and distinguished career, serving as the headmaster of Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., as the dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and as the founder of the Coalition of Essential Schools, to name just a few of his contributions.
He was also a prolific author of books that are now classics in the field of education, including Horace's Compromise: The Dilemma of the American High School.
Our staff is now working on an obituary of Mr. Sizer, which we will post on our Web site.
Here are some of the major Education Week articles on Theodore R. Sizer.
09/04/96 The Essential Ted Sizer