Wednesday, July 23, 2008

"Why do Asian students generally get higher marks than Latinos?"
But what is it? [California state superintendant Jack] O'Connell called a summit in Sacramento that drew 4,000 educators, policymakers and experts to tackle the issue. Some teachers stomped out in frustration and anger.

No Lincoln students stomped out of their discussion. Neither did any teachers in a similar Lincoln meeting. But the observations were frank, and they clearly made some uncomfortable.
(Via Neatorama.)