Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Conflicts Over Education are Inherent in "Public" Schooling

My latest post at The Objective Standard Blog begins with:

The use of standardized testing in government schools—as mandated by George W. Bush’s 2001 No Child Left Behind Act and supported by the Obama administration—has triggered “an expanding revolt against high-stakes standardized tests and the use of students’ scores to evaluate teachers, schools, districts and states,” writes Valerie Strauss for the Washington Post.

Find out why standardized testing is not the fundamental issue in this revolt in The Conflict Over Standardized Testing is a Consequence of Government-Run Schools. 

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