By CSF President Darla M. Romfo
It was only after hearing about Andrew’s death that I realized he must have been no more than 30 when he wrote the very compelling book, Market Education: The Unknown History. I knew when Ted Forstmann gave me a copy to read in 1999 that it must be an important book and that Andrew must be a very smart man since Ted, who was not one to lavish undeserved praise on anyone, insisted on how essential it was that I read Market Education before thinking I knew anything about education reform.
Andrew never disappointed. He was as nice as he was smart and very much a team player.
RIP Andrew. And may you find comfort, Kay, in the deep affection so many have for Andrew.