Haim posted Jan 16, 2013 3:43 AM: > > MPG Posted: Jan 15, 2013 3:43 PM > > >No politics inform your criticism of education > research > >or practice, of course. > > Oh, my! But you have been gone a long time. I am > am the guy who points out that when it comes to > education issues, it is all politics all the time. > > Specifically, I have asserted that there are no > no technical issues, whether in math education or > gifted education or remedial education or, really, in > any education field or practice. Everybody knows > what to do and how to do it. In fact, that is the > basis of "Haim's Challenge". > > You may recall that the issue comes up from time > ime to time, why is there no technical discussion on > pedagogy, math pedagogy or any other. Plainly, it is > because there is nothing to discuss. Well, if there > are no technical problems, what is driving the > failure in education? > > All together now: It's the politics, stupid. > > Haim > No representation without taxation. > "What is driving the failure in education?"
Oh, my! You REALLY, TRULY want to learn the answer to your question?
May I suggest that some 'honest research' would surely get you all the answers you need to this important question. To do needed honest research, check out: http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?threadID=2419536 . (The attachments to the post indicate some practical tools that could help you do it, i.e., 'honest research'. I should note that these practical tools are not quite enough: you should also really, truly WANT to do it - this is crucial).