Education Reform We Can Download

Originally posted on my blog at the Pan Am Post

E-Books, Online Resources to Revolutionize Puerto Rico Education

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A short time ago, I published an article on the real cost of education in Puerto Rico. Based on hard numbers, Puerto Rico currently spends between US$9,000 and $11,000 per year per student, with less than stellar results.+

Criticism is easy, especially when it is deserved. However, it is much harder to come up with alternatives that are both reasonable and politically feasible.+

That means that sometimes we have to think out of the box of our own personal viewpoints and principles. While I support privatizing schools and voucher programs, or taking government out of the education business entirely, those ideas may not resonate with voters on the island.+

***Read the rest of the article at the Pan Am Post –




About worleyf

Semi-retired Media Relations guy, former radio and TV reporter and legislative aide. Middle of the road Libertarian (as if that actually existed) who reviews current news items and stories, and offers an alternative point of view.
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