Okay, I'm not getting this. At all. Kentucky School News and Comment reports on the Met Life Survey of the American Teacher. It reports on what teachers believe after 25 years of reform. Among them:
Academic standards and curriculum are stronger.
Teachers are better prepared.
Students are better prepared, more ambitious, and more trusting of teachers.
I have not yet verified on which planet the report conducted its research, but on this one I don't know if there are three beliefs more thoroughly discredited. Does anyone really believe this? Especially teachers?