Op-ed: New data shows school “reformers” are full of it
By staff and wire services reports
June 4th, 2013
In the great American debate over education, the education and technology corporations, bankrolled politicians and activist-profiteers who collectively comprise the so-called “reform” movement base their arguments on one central premise: that America should expect public schools to produce world-class academic achievement regardless of the negative forces bearing down on a school’s particular students, says Salon. In recent days, though, the faults in that premise are being exposed by unavoidable reality...