That survey also found that a majority of Americans do not support current public education initiatives – such as new standards and teacher evaluations based on test scores – that most political candidates are touting as "reform." When asked what they think are the biggest problems that public schools in their community deal with, Americans of all political persuasions cite "lack of financial support" number one.I have yet to hear anything like this from anyone running, for example, for Governor of Massachusetts. Plenty of us are waiting.
Monday, September 29, 2014
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