Too much variation among students for a one-size-fits-all approach

04/10/2008 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

Schools can't be run using the sorts of standardized, automated processes that manufacturers rely on to cut costs, writes National Board-certified English teacher Kim McClung. Using manufacturing as an analogy, the "raw materials" in schools are the students' backgrounds, which vary so greatly that teaching methodologies must be tailored to ensure all students reach their best potential, which in turn requires an appropriate commitment of resources.

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