Horrible Schools for the Whole WorldMike Reid
Oct. 15, 2012
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At a United Nations meeting in the year 2000, the world's governments agreed on the goal of enrolling every child on the planet in primary schooling by 2015. Strangely, this lofty plan does not say anything about the quality of schooling; the whole idea is to get children into government-approved classrooms, apparently regardless of what happens there.