A Lesson in Wasting Education Money

The federal government has spent a lot on education, but doesn't have much to show for it. American education is deeply rooted in its decentralization, an element ingrained in the system long before the grand tradition of summer break. In the country's colonial foundations and early years...

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Main Author: Courtney A Collins
Format: Magazine Article
Language: English
Place of publication: Washington U.S. News and World Report 01.08.2014
published in: U.S. news & world report p. 1
Data of publication: 20140801
ISSN: 0041-5537
2169-9283
EISSN: 2169-9283
Discipline: Education
Government
Political Science
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Database: ProQuest Newsstand Professional
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ProQuest One Business (Alumni)
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