Education reform

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Education reform, or change in the way individuals are exposed to information, will always be a topic for serious consideration. Similarly, as through history, there will continue to be debates over what content or experiences result in an educated individual or an educated society.

Changes may be implemented by individual educators or by broad-based school curriculum changes with performance evaluations. It is certain, however, that there will always be education reform. The following information gives a general idea of the reliability of reform or change.

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