Perhaps government is not the best source of progress and innovation after all? Perhaps if we want to see progress and innovation in education we should allow it to participate in the free enterprise system that has been responsible for staggering productivity growth in every field not dominated by a government monopoly?
Thursday, November 18, 2010
More of the same from NAEP
"High school graduates are no better prepared today than they were in previous generations," Andrew J. Coulson writes, "despite the fact that we’re spending 3 times as much on their K-12 educations."
Posted by Brandon Dutcher at 2:43 PM
Labels: Bottomless Pit, School Performance Woes
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