Should US education be standardized: Is a standardized curriculum a financially responsible way to spend tax dollars?

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  • Standardized Education Not Fiscally Responsible

    No, a standardized curriculum in the United States is not a responsible way to spend tax dollars as not all students learn at the same rates or need to learn the same thing. Instead, tailoring education to individual classrooms as the teacher deems fit is a much better way of spending tax dollars.

  • U.S. Education Should Avoid Standardization.

    U.S. Education should avoid standardization. One size does not fit all. While it is useful to set clear goals, the way we reach those goals should be tailor made to the needs and conditions of a particular group of learners and educators. Teachers are much more enthusiastic about educational programs they have helped create.

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