"The concept of [a] core curriculum is a product of education czars who think they know what is best for everyone. The government today does not run the clothing industry, but if it did, the "core curriculum" in clothing would probably be the Mao tunic. Instead, our free market in clothing performs extremely well in getting our bodies covered and it does so in a bountiful assortment of styles, colors, and prices."If only we could have "a bountiful assortment of styles, colors, and prices" in education.
Friday, 22 August 2008
What does the National Curriculum have to do with a Mao Tunic?
Jerry Kirkpatrick explains that