Monday, September 26, 2011

Education Reform and Independent Study

Q.  How should schools be reformed?

A. Author suggests that beyond kindergarten and fifth grades in which basic skills are taught, students should engage in independent study with less and less time devoted to a standardized curriculum.

J Lemke. Language Arts (Sep. 07), 52-61.  

[RayS. One of the most interesting ideas I have encountered in my professional journals. Working out the details of such a reform will be difficult, but I think it is an idea worth pursuing.]

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