Facing the Hard Facts in Education Reform

Barton, Paul E.
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Student behavior student achievement computers standardized tests


This Policy Information Report discusses some of the hard facts that must be recognized if the nation is to be successful in reforming K-12 education, including student behavior problems, how parents and employers value educational achievement, and factors outside of school that affect learning. While supplies last, print copies can be ordered from the Policy Information Center for $10.50.

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