Laura wants high academic achievement in all schools, not just a few. She wants Evaluating policies and practices to ensure that they are improving student outcomes can inform the allocation of resources. Shifting resources to the programs or practices with the greatest evidence of effectiveness can maximize students’ chances of success. Improving student achievement, however, does not necessarily mean spending more on education. In fact, there are tremendous efficiencies to be achieved by serving students well at the outset and each step along their school career.
I want high academic achievement for all so they can get high-paying, rewarding jobs and compete effectively for work being outsourced to other countries.
Here they are some of the most important problems I see with the FC Public Schools:
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