November 25, 1992
Vol. 12, Issue 12
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Even with the offer of free help in finding jobs and becoming a better parent, programs to help young, unwed fathers have had problems recruiting participants, according to a report released last week.
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Difficulty #1: No one actually wants a revolution. Everyone talks about revolutions in education, but no one actually wants one.
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Our students are actually much better than our schools. At least my students over the last two decades at York College are and I see no reason to doubt it is true of most American students. I have discovered this by analyzing my students' performance at the following task. In my classes I set my students one extremely difficult assignment.
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