Looking ahead, education policy soothsayers Terry M. Moe and John E. Chubb see our electronic miracle devices finally doing what we have long been promised — making our children better educated. I would shrug their new book off as more...
Fifteen years ago, when I discovered that many good high schools prevented average students from taking demanding courses, I thought it was a fluke, a mistake that would soon be rectified. I had spent much time inside schools that...
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July 13, 2009; 3:44 PM ET |
Categories: Metro Monday | Tags: Advanced Placement, Cambridge, International Baccalaureate, classes, high school
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