What Does Stanford Have to Do With the Dismal PISA Results?
Original post made by See Sth Say Sth, College Terrace, on Dec 3, 2019
For years, despite the tremendous efforts by our hard-working teachers and administrators, PAUSD has been plagued by its students' alarming achievement disparties.
For those who care, I’d strongly recommend Barry Garelick's 30-minute talk, “Math Education in the US: Still Crazy After All These Years”
Web Link and his essays Web Link.
What does Stanford have to do with the dismal PISA results? The Stanford Graduate School of Education is a hub for producing, promoting and propelling those crazy math education doctrines and methods in PAUSD and across the nation, for years and decades! Coming from an education or psychology background, these math education professors have relentlessly transformed traditional math into a sort of "alternative math," relentlessly sending countless American kids onto a math-science death march. Web Link
In October, some Stanford GSE faculty members launched a campaign to displace high school Algebra 2 with so-called data science.
They could never conquer Algebra 2 with their destructive reformist approach; hence, they resolute to annihilate it.
What a dark age it is for American K-12 education! When will a renaissance of traditional real math dawn in America?!
Stanford, shame on you for indulging your faculty in ruining our children and our nation!
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