TER#5 - Derek Hull TER#5 Federal Government Reform EDT 190 Section A TER#5 I am split on this issue In some areas I can agree with increased

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Derek Hull TER #5 “Federal Government Reform” 02/16/10 EDT 190 Section A TER #5 I am split on this issue. In some areas I can agree with increased governmental involvement, like setting standards. Other areas I don’t think should have much governmental involvement in how the area is run. First I want to look at the idea of setting standards. I think it would help to raise the standard of the education that all students would receive. I think the standard that students should be held to, should be uniform throughout the nation. If standards are left to each individual state, they won’t be the same. It could lead to regional differences in education. Some states could require more from their students and some could require less. I think that by having the government set standards, it could lead to increase in the requirements. The government could make sure that standards are not lowered so that schools and states can have a high rate of success. I don’t think that the government should set a national testing program.
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2011 for the course EDT 190 taught by Professor Dr.thomaskopp during the Spring '11 term at Miami University.

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TER#5 - Derek Hull TER#5 Federal Government Reform EDT 190 Section A TER#5 I am split on this issue In some areas I can agree with increased

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