A public school principal believes the standards at his high school are too high:
Last month, Principal Bennett Lieberman sent off a stern memo to teachers. “If you are not passing more than 65 percent of your students in a class, then you are not designing your expectations to meet their abilities, and you are setting your students up for failure, which, in turn, limits your success as a professional.”
I’m looking forward to watching the continued self-demolition of the American public schools. You might think they can’t possibly get any worse, but I have no doubt that we haven’t seen anything yet.