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He states that the “most crucial problem afflicting American education today is the erosion of quality, both as a characteristic of schooling itself and as a value imparted to the recipients of that schooling: our children”(Finn, 32). He wants to make sure that everyone is receiving an equal education, but at the same time that the education received is a quality one. Finn believes that by focusing our efforts on equalizing education for all, our system has failed to deliver a quality education. To restore quality, Finn identifies
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Unformatted text preview: twelve reforms for our school system. From researching these four different theories, I have concluded that a mixture of all of them is necessary for the development of a student. We can use traditional forms of education to outline the basic curriculum of our society, yet this curriculum should be taught based on the students and their learning styles. Not every school has to...
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