Changing Economy Requires School Reform

Here’s another reason why we need school reform:

… in rankings with other developed nations, the U.S. falls toward the bottom in 12th-graders’ performance in math and science.

The Kansas City-based Kauffman Foundation is spending $15 million on programs in metropolitan schools to beef up their programs.

Fortunately, at least some of the money is going towards use at private schools. Technological innovation thrives on competition. Putting competition to use in K-12 education would ultimately help the U.S. performance in science and math.

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