Recently found … 10/22/2013

  • tags: educational reform politics

    • the United States education system sits at 17th place out of 40 countries
    • Every country that bests us in the education rankings either has a constitutional guarantee to education, or does not have a constitution but has ensured the right through an independent statute. Each has constructed law around education as a fundamental right of citizens, at least until the age of adulthood.
    • There simply hasn’t been a movement in the U.S. to establish the rights of children in respect to equal, free, and adequate education.

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