Sunday, October 14, 2012

nikhil goyal - dialogue

When President George W. Bush signed No Child Left Behind into law, few would have predicted that the next decade of education policy would unfold into a disaster of epic proportions. The law was based on a flawed concept of a “good education” — high scores on standardized tests.
It’s safe to say that the law has failed miserably.
Reforms are not enough; only a revolution will suffice.

time to change the law - no?