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John Anderson

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[math-learn] Re: Economist Kern Alexander Explains the Problem with School Choice
Posted: Feb 2, 2013 7:56 PM
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It seems as though the article's main objection has little to do with the learning in K-12 schools and more to do with segregation.  But what about learning?  Does our current collegiate format really need to be fixed?  Would the fix help education?  Is the K-12 public school monopoly outperforming the more market driving collegiate system?  I sure don't think so.

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