“As leaves turn and campaign season signals colorful change ahead, politicians at the local, state and national levels debate what works in education programs designed to improve academic outcomes for America’s children,” notes Roll Call. “And while both sides have our kids’ best interests at heart, most of what they’re debating is theory, spinning off educated guesses about the success or failure of ideas with little short-term application on the blackboard or the blacktop. Something very different is happening in Delaware. Right now in the First State, local, state and federal officials are joining with the private sector to bring a technology into classrooms that is guaranteed to improve academic outcomes as soon as it is applied. The technology? Eyeglasses.” Read more.