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On average, Korean and Swiss 13-year-olds perform better on math achievement tests than their American counterparts.
It happened again this week. Twice. I was visiting two of my student-teachers who were just weeks away from becoming certified in their respective grade levels.
Earlier this year, the New York State Board of Regents reaffinned its ban on Christopher Whittle's "Channel One," asserting that students shouldn't be treated as "commodities to be exploited."
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