How international education models approach school challenges

09/2/2013 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Countries worldwide are taking innovative approaches to solving education challenges that also have long-plagued U.S. schools in areas such as educational equity, testing, vocational education, summer learning loss and well-rounded education. In Australia, some schools administer essay-based assessments with few multiple-choice questions, while educators in Ontario, Canada, teach -- and test -- students in literacy and numeracy within the context of other subjects.

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