When you first encounter a broken system, like the education system in the US, what do you do? How do you map out the issues?

a year ago

QMatan Offer
deleted - Gyula Wéber
Dikla Sinai
Scott Berry
Melissa White
Clark Lopez
Kyle Blair
Phuong Gillis

First we try to understand what the existing system does, and what might be wrong with it--often the failures are obvious, but solutions are not. Sometimes even the failures aren't so obvious. We try to understand well what the current situation is before suggesting any changes...for school systems, that involves lots of meetings with school officials, parent groups, teachers... these days a lot of that is spearheaded (in the U.S.) by a nonprofit organization called IIPSC: Institute for Innovation in Public School Choice.

Alvin E. RothA
Alvin E. Rotha year ago

Share via

Alvin E. Roth

Crowd Interview

Alvin E. Roth

Nobel Prize Winner in Economics 2012. Professor of Economics at Stanford University.

This is a community-run Crowd Interview. Help get answers by asking, upvoting and sharing!

No one answering yet · Belong here? Let us know