As for your son's drive and desire to learn, I will do my best to protect both. I've picked up a few things over the 20 years that I've been teaching, and I assure you he's in good hands. To: Philip Kovacs
We live in a one-size-fits-all system of educating our children. It's similar to a manufacturing plant where we place our children on the conveyer belt of school, move them along from grade to grade while
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It's no secret that Japanese kids perform much better on international math tests than Americans do. Japan is ranked second in the world, while the US is far below average. But there's a surprising twist.