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Survey Finds Adults Don’t Agree on Public Education Priorities

Results of an annual Phi Delta Kappa International poll offer updated insight into the adult public’s perception of public schools in the U.S.

Sophomore student Miguel Nava works on a science experiment at the San Juan Idea Public Schools Tuesday morning in San Jua...

Results of an annual Phi Delta Kappa International poll have offered updated insight into the adult public’s perception of public schools in the U.S. Findings include an almost equal split between adults who believe public schools should be focusing on academics and those who place more value on career or civics preparation. In fact, 53 percent said an increase in property tax would be an acceptable way to improve education. (Ed Source)

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