Friday, August 14, 2009

Cash, clunkers

"Studies by ACT have shown that fewer than one-fourth of high-school graduates who take that organization's tests -- presumably because they intend to go to college -- are academically prepared for college-level work in English, math, and science," Chester Finn wrote last week. "That means three-quarters of them bought a lemon of a K-12 education."

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