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The Virtuous Cycle of Education

This review of the United Nation’s Millennium Goals targeted to be achieved by 2015 are reviewed here, through an examination of the vicious cycle (from low access to education, to illiteracy, to poverty, and low socioeconomic status and back again) becoming virtuous. With one year left to realize these laudable goals, how far have we come, how far do we have left to go, and how does this factor into the ongoing discussion of public education transformation? You be the judge!

2 thoughts on “The Virtuous Cycle of Education

  1. Darrell these are important questions. Globally, not everyone has the right to a free public education. What if they did? What if everyone everywhere agreed that education is a right to all children?

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