March 2006 Archives

Are high school dropout rates in the United States largely exaggerated? Or are researchers correct in suggesting that dropout rates are unacceptably high?


Are school administrators reaping undeserved benefits—and stealing public funds? Is there an imbalance in the pay earned by teachers and administrators?


Are higher academic expectations enough, or do political leaders need to focus more on improving resources and policies?


Would national standards and tests help improve schools in the United States? What effect would such standards and tests have on local control of schools?


Does the Asian education success formula have a downside? Or should it be viewed as a model for American educators and parents to replicate?


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