Thursday, March 26, 2009
CORE KNOWLEDGE CURRICULUM DIFFERS FROM AMERICAN EDUCATION
Certain subjects: math and reading, are "...all-purpose, formal skills which, once learned can be applied to all subjects and problems...universally applicable to all circumstances of life." -E.D. Hirsch It sounds plausible, if it didn't it wouldn't have engrained itself so deeply into the American... Sign in
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