27 April 2016

The Work of Education Experts (sic)


Despite record amounts of spending and "advanced" methods of teaching, America's education establishment continues it's course of epic failure.
It’s not a promising picture for the nation’s high school seniors — they are slipping in math, not making strides in reading and only about one-third are prepared for the academic challenges of entry-level college courses.
These are the same people who are suggesting that parents aren't qualified to teach their own children. Uh-huh. More here.

4 comments:

Ralph Steel said...

It is always easiest to complain from the outside than to be on the inside trying to improve things. Typical of you!

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Ralph - I've missed you! Hmmm . . . interesting that you view a parent with 6 children and 20 grandchildren as being "from the outside."

That speaks volumes. BTW, exposing these things is what, hopefully, leads to improvement. Or would you prefer a cover up?

Ralph Steel said...

Is it a cover up or is it just targeted reporting from a news site that has a vested interest in bashing education and the left?

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Ralph - go ahead and shoot the messenger all you want. The report is on a number of news and education sites. Defending failure is not a winning strategy.