Monday, June 21, 2010

What's wrong with public schools?

In a nutshell, this:
Educators and administrators who accept financial compensation for improving their school’s test performance should be ashamed.

Mary Ogden Condeff
Santa Rosa, Calif., June 11, 2010

The writer has worked in special education in public schools.
Back in the real world, improving a school's test performance means better education for those children. Apparently, that's a bad thing.


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