Calculus. Algebra 2. Geometry…
Sadly, in high-school I used to think these words in place of profanity.
“Oh Calc*&@$! How many more problems are there to solve tonight?” 1,106 more words
Philosophy of Education
Educational Philosophy / Teaching Philosophy
As a nation we are seeing a rapid rise in the number of charter schools. The new trend in education is “publicly funded but privately run (Fryer, 2012),” allowing for flexibility in curriculum, delivery, and student choice. 1,697 more words
Recognizing that there is no perfect way to assess accountability or measure student achievement on a single-administration test, I do believe that states need established standards of learning and a system to evaluate individual attainment of those standards. 363 more words
When reading details from the report on the condition of education, I was particularly drawn to the demographic section, which explored children living in poverty. I was actually surprised that only 21 percent of students lived in poverty, which was further explained as ranging from 9 in New Hampshire to 33 in Mississippi. 184 more words