Opinion: Critics should ease up on U.S. schools

03/12/2003 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Although U.S. test scores tend to lag behind other countries, the American approach to education is thought of as a system that fosters creative thinking, says columnist Jay Matthews. Despite criticism on the homefront, U.S. education is for the most part free of drill-and-kill methods that prevail elsewhere, Matthews says.

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