Courtesy of eSchool nNews.
Laura Devaney, Managing Editor of eSchool News writes: "Supporters say that taxpayers have a right to know if their tax dollars are producing strong achievement outcomes, while critics say all schools are different and have different variables, therefore making it unfair to judge school success by a business rubric.
Have you read the study? What's your reaction? What do you think - is this a viable way to evaluate schools, or is the study off base?"
|If education were a business…|
A controversial new study published by the Center for American Progress analyzes K-12 school districts based on their productivity: the academic achievement a district produces relative to its education spending. ... [ Read More ]