Parents, rather than government, should make all educational decisions.
Parents may only exert their natural authority to influence their children's educational choices.
Children should deal directly with school authorities on all educational matters.
Public schools should be eliminated.
Lack of commitment
Lack of control
Lack of purpose
Lack of meaning
Acceptance of group difference in learning styles.
Science of education.
Understanding of children.
Commitment to research.
"That is correct."
"That is wrong."
"That is an acceptable answer."
"Support your answer with evidence and logic."
Creating an enjoyment of numbers in students.
One specialist "screwing" on the next educational component.
Creating a desire for new "added" learning after graduation.
Using cooperate learning so that each student "adds" his or her talents to the group.
School performance of students
Students with disabilities
Students from non-English speaking homes
Family income of student
The key to combating our regressive tribal behavior.
Foreign to those still stuck in a pre-industrialization mentality.
Consistent with conventional school practices.
Antithetical to conventional school practices.
A to B.
A to Z.
Reason to recklessness.
Almost right to completely wrong.
Unrelated to competition and personal worth.
Not applicable to the values of school-age children.
Virtually identical to conventional school values.
As democratic as anything in life gets.
A civil rights issue.
A legal issue.
A fairness issue.
An education issue.
Learn concepts like the tradition of Western culture in an entirely new way.
Experience the intellectual process of searching and struggling to learn.
All of the above
Vouchers improve the academic performance of African Americans.
School choice seems to improve the performance of students who remain in public schools.
Money accounts for gains that black students have made by switching to private schools.
Urban minorities in Catholic schools fare much better than similar students in public schools.
They were needed to work to support their families.
The classes were too hard.
They did not feel inspired in class.
School seemed too easy.
Role of the federal government.
High cost of administering the legislation.
Subjects to be covered under additional testing.
Amount of progress schools are expected to make each year.
Just 10 minutes of extra time per day.
An unfinished thought.
Public schools are obligated to teach tolerance and diversity.
Public schools are obligated to teach respect for the constitutional order.
Schooling entails both public and private purposes.
Academic learning serves the individual and the needs of the state.
Social goals and civic priorities
Matters of ethics and values
Educational philosophies and educators' professional skills
Teaching skills and developing social cohesion in each generation
Severe natural disaster
Large-scale public works program to put unskilled U.S. workers in jobs.
Major tax increase.
Cutting of numerous social welfare programs.
Petition for citizenship.
Federal employee benefits.
That economies of scale create greater economic efficiencies.
That peer tutoring can save money.
That technology in the classroom is adequate.
That additional funds on research and development are necessary.