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Unformatted text preview: in nearly all of industrialized nations throughout Europe and Asia. Many states are making bad decisions because of the board members that lack any expertise in the subjects. First science classes were being watered down and not having emphasis on subjects that all science students should thoroughly about. Now their attention is being turned to Social studies where the schools are deciding to not teach certain history that is important to the United States. The federal government must invest more in teacher training. Many of the tehachers that are in our public schools are not fully equipped to teach their subject. Because of this education standards are falling. The government must invest in a way to identify outstanding teaching candidates rather than penalizing teachers that fail further down the road. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/19/opinion/19jacoby.html?pagewanted=1...
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