Monday, July 1, 2013

Huh! You mean us?

Here’s a multiple-choice question covering US public K-12 performance.

Of the possible “cognitive biases” linked here, by public education’s bureaucracies and boards, our collegiate teacher factories, and alleged reformers, identify the errors incrementally responsible for undermining past and present public K-12 learning performances?

The question in this context is like shooting fish in a barrel; you can't flunk unless mumpsimus produces a “none of the above” response.

Taking a cue from a New York Times' opinion piece this AM:  Public education cluelessness and reform floggings will be continued until K-12 learning and teacher morale improve.