Kids Left Behind

Feldman, Sandra
August 2000
New Republic;08/28/2000-9/4/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 9/10, p2
The article presents a commentary on middle school students with substandard skill levels in public schools. The author references a proposal she made concerning a solution to the aforementioned issue, which was misinterpreted by the media. The author outlines several remedial programs, including "The Talent Development Model" and "High Schools that Work."


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