DailyDirt: Can Education Ever Be One-Size-Fits-All?
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The national debate over education in the US seems to be gaining more steam. Part of the issue is that funding for education is at a crossroads, and decisions about how to best allocate funds need to be made soon. There don't seem to be any clear solutions so far, but there are plenty of opinions. Here are just a few.
- No Child Left Behind is about to be ousted, as many states are facing far less than 100% proficiency in math and reading skills by 2014. I can haz education, 2? [url]
- "The best thing you can do is get children in front of an extraordinary teacher." There might be a ceteris paribus missing from that statement. [url]
- Smaller class sizes don't seem to necessarily mean kids will learn more... But that doesn't mean class size doesn't matter at all. [url]
- To discover more interesting education-related content, check out what's currently floating around the StumbleUpon universe. [url]