Americans Give Public Schools a C- Grade. What Does this Mean?
POSTED August 19, 1:26 PM at Examiner.com
According to the Hoover Institution’s 2008 Education Next-PEPG Survey of Public Opinion, Americans are less than excited about the state of public schools. In fact, many more Americans gave public schools a failing grade than an A or B. The overall grade assigned to our nation’s public schools is in the low C range. This is down considerably from last year.
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