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Solving old problems often creates new ones in education

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Solving old problems often creates new ones in education Kathryn Biel’s Nov. 4 Viewpoint, “Core Learning, teacher testing hurting kids and home life,” was an excellent exposure of unintented consequences in U.S. education reform. The list of these consequences is so great that it is difficult to find where to start. A number are the result of federal funding with mandates for the use of the funds. Under the cover of equal education for all, ...


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gina99
November 11, 2012
7:47 a.m.

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Peter Looker- When terrorists attack Israel daily only they should look the other way? There will never be peace in the Middle East because Islamic fascists will never accept anything but yet another Islamic terror state. Obama should go on another apology tour with stops in Syria, Libya and Gaza.

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