Public Education: For Richer, For Poorer
by Lawrence Baines - October 04, 2014
Since 1965, three precedents have had a powerful influence on the direction of public education—the promise to educate all children, the fluctuating nature of school funding, and mandated standardized tests. This commentary discusses the interplay of these three precedents for rich and poor.
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