Objective research isn't used when determining educational methods
...If school-reform fads had paid off, today's achievement levels would be higher, and classroom behavior would be better than it was in the 1960s. The opposite is the case. The taxpayer is catching on, evidenced by a growing revolt against public education's never-ending cry for more money. Accountability can be a painful thing.
Tuesday, February 07, 2012
John Rosemond, a writer I used to follow, sounds like this is new and he just discovered it: