A 2001 Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup Poll found that 46 percent of Americans thought only some students had the ability to reach a high level of learning. One widely discussed educational remedy was a
It required schools to raise the achievement of black, Hispanic, and low-income children or risk being taken over by outsiders who would pursue those goals. At the same time, the movement to challenge the power of public school bureaucrats would lead to an upsurge of public charter schools, particularly in large cities.
and harmful and oppressive than those that controlled the poverty-stricken lives
Note: Just stop accepting the traditional limits on learning
issues like discipline, and their relationship with their mentor suffered. The
Note: The approach can't be mechanical. It has to be organic for the individual