A research team led by Marc S. Tucker, a relentless advocate for adopting successful international practices in U.S. schools, recently concluded that we, in essence, are doing almost nothing right. His investigators could find no evidence, Tucker said, “that any country that leads the world’s education performance league tables has gotten there by implementing any of the major agenda items that dominate the education reform agenda in the United States, with the exception of the Common Core State Standards.”
|I'm from Washington|
and I'm here to help. Heh.
How about "Just teach math. Raw, pure math with questions that fascinate and practice that doesn't suck."
I'd be good with that.