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A famous saying..."Price is what you pay, and value is what you get." Don't just look at cost, you need to look at the value (or results). If we (the U.S.) weren't ranked in the bottom portion of most major global academic performance stats, cost could easily be justified, but that is not the case. I don't think it's appropriate to place the burden on teachers alone, but the system as a whole is not working well. It's time for a new approach. Yet, it doesn't appear we're collectively smart enough to recognize that, and/or do the right things to make a change happen.
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