It is perhaps appropriate, although distressingly so, that in our increasingly ersatz society, education is in the vanguard.
The latest numbers from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) reveal some interesting dichotomies.
And more reminiscent of The Wizard of Oz than the three Rs or even John Dewey.
A recent American Institutes for Research (AIR) assessment noted that Common Core standards are not matching National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) standards at the fourth grade level: “There are substantial differences in some content…
Money can buy a lot of things, but a good education may not be one of them. Yesterday, the National Assessment of Educational Progress released its two-year report, and it’s not exactly a glowing one….
The constant debate of how to fix public education is far from over. However, The Heritage Foundation came across new research for an improved education policy. Jennifer A. Marshall, Vice President of the Institute for…