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The more we’ve tried to ‘fix’ education, the worse it’s become What if our educational system is actually meeting its objectives? Low graduation rates, graduates deemed unprepared for college-level work, teachers panicking over evaluations and the Common Core rollout, despised for their compensation packages, violence on and off school grounds, budgets and property taxes rising endlessly may be the exact outcomes that are, in fact, not “unintended consequences.” The American workforce needs to compete globally, ...


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wmarincic
December 16, 2013
7:02 a.m.

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Rick Herzog I never thought of it as dumbing our kids down to embrace a Third World Nation but it makes sense. The people that they are giving amnesty too are either illegals from South America or places like Afghanistan and Somolia. Hmmmm.

JIMOCONNOR
December 16, 2013
9:12 a.m.

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there's a continuum progressing from healthy neurosis to raging psychosis. Mr. Herzog's observations seem to span it.

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