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Public Address 05/12/07 - The Clamour to Cringe

Public Address 05/12/07 - The Clamour to Cringe


The Clamour to Cringe | Dec 05, 2007 09:51
Russell Brown's Hard News
We recently discussed here the international PISA rankings for educational attainment. Well, the new PISA survey is out and one would hope that it might at least briefly quell the clamorous cringeing that normally passes for public commentary on our education system. Again, our students are http://publicaddress.net/default,4674.sm

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