Charles Taylor Kerchner

professor emeritus at Claremont Graduate University. He’s the author of “Learning from L.A: Institutional Change in American Public Education” and writes the blog “On California” for Education Week

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Charles Kerchner is a research professor at Claremont Graduate University currently studying institutional change in public education. 

He believes that a 21st Century learning system is beginning to emerge, and he describes it in blog posts at www.mindworkers.com.

His work on institutional change in contained in two recently published books:Learning from L.A.: Institutional Change in American Public Education, and The Transformation of Great American School Districts: How Big Cities are Reshaping Public Education, both by Harvard Education Press. 

Kerchner's work in public affairs journalism is supported by a grant from the Stuart Foundation. However, the views and opinions expressed are his own and do not reflect foundation policy.

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