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Response to Mona (Reply #2)

Thu Jul 23, 2015, 10:43 PM

12. I agree absolutely with math teachers needing a degree in math

 

but I also think math teachers ought to get paid more off the bat to give incentive to smarter people to teach it, and as leverage to hold those accountable for bad math teaching.

I do think you can have a quantitative liberal education, if for example, NO ONE gets exempt from foreign language requirements, and everyone must get a C or better in an ethics or civics course to get thru college.

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