Many other countries to which the U.S. compares itself are 1) much smaller and 2) more centralized. The U.S. is massive and education is a state issue so its policies and practices vary greatly fifty times over. That’s the insight from Stanford researcher Dr. Martin Carnoy, a much needed reminder in plain talk of where we should direct our attention if we really want to improve public education. (For a reminder of just how eclectic state education law can be, check out this reminder of what Alabama has on the books today.)
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