February 21, 2018

Teachers Aren’t To Blame for Lagging U.S. Education, Parents Are

Columnist Thomas Friedman argues teachers shouldn’t be getting all the blame for U.S. children’s lagging test scores- sure good teachers are important, he says, but involved parents who spend time with their kids is key.  More important than volunteering in the classroom, attending PTA meetings, or playing games with our kids, reading with them and spending time answering their questions is vital to their academic success and not enough parents are doing that.  Read the whole article 

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