PUBLIC AGENDA MEDIA | AUGUST 14TH, 2012

Reality Check 1999

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The second annual education survey contrasts the varying perspectives of teachers, parents, students and employers on the quality of public schools. A new section on ways to make schools more accountable to the amount of learning taking place in their classrooms suggests that teachers dislike some ideas of the school reform movement. Reality Check '99 is included in Education Week's annual report, Quality Counts '99. It is also available here in pdf form.

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