Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Public Education's Coming Collapse

It has been said that one can build a crooked house on a strong foundation, and the house will stand. Conversely, one can build a well-crafted house on a substandard foundation, and the house will fall. Consider public schooling in America, for it is doubly flawed – a crooked structure atop a crumbling foundation – and its collapse is inevitable. The flaws are too many; reform is a pipedream; gravity is a force too powerful to be resisted.

This is a Special Ed teacher talking about the public schools.

Rather scary.


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