Jack Carter on Education
A: Reading, Writing and Rithmetic have brought us to the pinnacle of the world. I see no reason to change the formula. I oppose teaching family values in public schools.
A: I'm not sure about the answer to that question. I'd be perfectly willing to ask the teachers and the parents what they thought. It's interesting to note that this No Child Left Behind system that Bush has pushed so hard, nobody ever asked a teacher how the thing worked. They intentionally avoided asking teachers to do that. My guess is that the teachers would have pretty strong feelings on that, and I'd be willing to let them answer that question.
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