Since No Child Left Behind was enacted in 2001, public schools have been faced with the false choice between performing well on standardized tests or losing funding. That’s opened up a world of cheating…by the educators.
Sesame Street’s creators must have known about infringing on Apple’s trademark, the plunging neckline of Katy Perry’s dress, and the ambiguity of Ernie and Bert’s relationship. It’s all in the name of cultural relevance, and Melissa Lee loves it.
If there is one thing I think we are guaranteed as Americans, other than our property and safety, it is definitely a good education. But who actually defines what a good education is, and what does it cost?