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 18 Biggest Myths of Education

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PostSubject: 18 Biggest Myths of Education    Sun 5 Jan - 19:04





18 Myths of Education



  1. More homework means more learning
  2. More money means better schools
  3. Social problems like poverty or bad parenting mean education is doomed to fail
  4. Test scores are related to economic competitiveness
  5. Schools alone can close the gap
  6. Private and charter schools are educating kids better
  7. Teachers have little to no knowledge about what they are teaching
  8. Teacher-proof teaching aids will provide necessary learning
  9. Our teachers work less, get paid more
  10. Unions defend bad teachers
  11. Student achievement has been deteriorating for decades
  12. Teachers are solely responsible for learning
  13. The disadvantaged don’t have the same capacity to learn
  14. Schools do not matter
  15. Small classes produce big improvements
  16. Teacher preparation matters little for student achivement
  17. Most teachers do not care
  18. Credentials and experience don’t matter


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