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By Michael Horn In March, Tom Loveless, a fellow at the Brookings Institution, took an outdated swipe at the logic behind moving toward a student-centered learning system. He in essence suggested that because the curriculum wars have been decided more or less empirically, that people bent on disrupting the classroom and the factory-model education system were doing so under […]Domestic, Education Quality, K-12, Personalized Learning, Required, Universities & Colleges Jun 27, 21:17
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