Harvard’s Paul Peterson compares the U.S. education system to other nations. Harvard studies have found no correlation between the states spending more and the level of literacy among students. More expensive does not equate with better educated. This means that more spending (and higher student debt) is not necessarily the solution here.Here is a direct video link.
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