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Quotes: "Bill Gates' Warning On Test Scores"

image from scholasticadministrator.typepad.comWhen philanthropists have potentially useful ideas about education, they should by all means try them out, establish pilot programs, put their money where their mouths are. But before government officials incorporate those ideas into policy, they must study them carefully and make sure that what sounds reasonable in theory works in practice. - LA Times editorial page (Bill Gates' Warning on Test Scores)

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Try them out on their OWN kids, not "other people's kids."

i agree with what caroline SF said because now and days people with money feel lik they can buy anything which is false because you can do that

I agree with caroline SF as well. I would love to know who governs the right to say whats best for someone elses child? Those same people making the decisions dont believe in their own system, thats why they put their kids in private schools.

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