Educational Malpractice – The Child Manufacturing Process
Educational Malpractice – The Child Manufacturing Process Posted on November 5, 2014 by Christopher Chase “Asking kids to meet target on standardized tests is like making them meet a sales quota. Our kids are not commodities.” ~K.L. Nielson
Poland has drastically improved its education system regardless of poverty levels. The most wealthy students in the U.S.perform lower compared with the wealthiest students in the world.Even the most homogeneous states are not doing too well in education Finland has only 8 colleges that train teachers. These are rigorous programs. Only 20% of applicants get admitted. In other countries, teachers are well respected; the best out of the best become teachers.