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Education Education is the social institution responsible for transmitting knowledge, skills, and cultural values in a formally organized structure U.S. Education in Socio-historical Context In the mid-1800s, public education for all became the norm. Many education paradigms based heavily on the factory model of getting mass numbers of students through the system most efficiently Facts about U.S. Education Current SAT scores are 33 points lower than they were in 1970 When compared to 24 countries, our students finish middle on math and science scores Nearly one-third of all freshmen take at least on remedial college course Nearly half of the nation’s population is functionally illiterate Suburban schools regularly spend more per student than do inner-city schools 2003 report revealed average reading score about fourth-grade average, but below 8 other countries’ levels 2002 report that eighth-graders exceeded average of thirty-eight countries in math and
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