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I suppose that if, in the USA, teaching requires only an average intelligence, that goes some way to explaining the perpetuation of under-achievement amongst the population there.
Meh, seems like most of the anglophone world could do better at education.
Meh, seems like most of the anglophone world could do better at education. >>It's being addressed here in the UK and the gap has closed between here and, say, France. I think Finland still stands out though. Son's gf is Finnish. The USA would seem to have deep-seated problems, however. Outside the West Coast and New England it really does seem like a third world country, probably because it was formed mainly by the mass uneducated escaping from Europe because they couldn't handle the changes and progress that were happening there. The USA moved into the modern era quickly after about 1870 and became a world leader in technology, but that left a century of ignorance and prejudice among the greater population that was hard to displace, so the population still has a foundation on a sort of 18th century European mentality, which accounts for all the religious, cultural and racial intolerance.