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education standards

Posted on April 14 2004 by eva in reponse to Community and conformance

Hi! I have been asked a question that i must answer in an essay format - "Are educational standards rising as claimed/" my personal response is NO! the testing frenzy of todays learners is to me a detrimental soul-less vacume that does not enhance genuine learning !!Help please - i need to backmup my sense with facts - I am a teacher at 46, only 3 years experience, but a lifetime of barriers to learning - I found my way through Art-making and discovering my own voice - no meaning till then - and now I know how fun learning is -and i despair at the atmosphere of the classroom in 2003 - I want to make a difference!!

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