Feeling blue about kids’ expensive reeding

- June 14th, 2012

Manhattan parents are shocked that the super-progressive super-expensive Blue School praised by the New York Times as “a kind of national laboratory for integrating cognitive neuroscience and cutting-edge educational theory into curriculum, professional development and school design” isn’t teaching their children to read properly despite charging nearly $32,000 a year in tuition.

What chumps. They could have had their kids not taught to read in public schools for free.


Categories: Foreign affairs, Social issues, United States

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  1. Charles says:

    You hit that nail right on the head John. I laughed but the problem is that it isn’t funny. They can’t do basic arithmetic either let alone mathematics.

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