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Education

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Dianna Wolf

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Transcript of Education

Reform vs Standards
Education
Standards-
Standards guide learning and are what students should know when they graduate (Common Core Facts, 2016)

Educational reform is seen by many very differently. While some see educational reform as a break from the standards and standardized testing, others see reform as a way to compete against other countries with testing.
Standards
-Common Core was created with research in order to ensure all students are ready for success after high school (Common Core Parents, 2016 )

Standards-
"The Common Core focuses on developing the critical-thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills students will need to be successful." (Common Core Parents, 2016 )

Reform-
Students choosing what they want to learn rather than being told what to learn encourages entrepreneurs (Zhao, 2012)
Reform-
Curriculum is not customized for students, but the same for all even thought every student has different interests, skills, strengths, and weaknesses (Prensky,2014)
Reform-
Scores show that other countries score higher in some academic areas, but these countries scored much lower on perceived entrepreneurship capabilities, so what do we want from our students? (Zhao,2012)
Reform-
Summerhill school does not count on teachers to develop skills, but allows freedom for students to create their own skills. (Summerhill, n.d.)
Reform-
"Test-oriented education" ignore the what students and societies need to be successful based on the variety of people and variety of needs. (Zhao,2012)
Standards-
Common Core does not require specific assessments, but the assessments are left up to the states, however, the US ranks states based on scores. (Common Core Facts, n.d.)

Standards-
Common Core was created on research from leading countries in academic fields, which means the students in those countries did well on standardized tests. (Common Core facts, 2016)
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