anderscj · @anderscj

23rd Jan 2011 from Twittelator Pro

"Although education is not a business and schools are not factories, no reasonable man can deny the advisability of applying certain business practices where they are appropriate to the work of schools. But they are a means to an end—the end being to provide the best possible education for our children. When efficiency and economy are sought as ends in themselves, as they were in education in the age of efficiency (and are in too many communities in 1962), the education of our children is bound to suffer." Raymond E. Callahan

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