Tuesday, December 14, 2010

What Can We Learn From Shanghai's Schools?

"The Chinese educational system is not, as was supposed in many quarters, simply producing unimaginative, rote learners to feed their burgeoning low-tech factories," reports Kevin Ryan, who argues, "Spending more money on US schools won’t solve the problem and will distract from addressing the larger problem of our schools, the character-corrupting culture in which we are bring up our children" — A moral crisis, not a money crisis.

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