|Bracing against the wind|
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
It would require approximately $10 million dollars to administrate, a cost of less than $0.50 per student, and it would be a one-time action, or perhaps repeated every 10-20 years. The effects would be an immediate and very long lasting improvement in test scores, a reduction in school violence, an improvement in parent-teacher relationships, and a reduction in overall expenses on schooling, which will more than pay for the cost of the action.
The plan has some hurdles that would difficult to overcome:
What I'm wondering, hearing about this can you *guess* what it is that I'm planning, because if you *can* than it would make the plan unworkable, since if it's easy to guess, it implicitly violates provision 1. I'll tell you if you're right.
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