Sneak Peek: Fox News Reporting Investigates How to Fix America's Schools
Education in America needs to change. It’s been ten years since the No Child Left Behind Act was passed by Congress with broad bi-partisan support, but the problems with American schools are still being debated. Today, every hour of every school day, 857 kids drop out of high school. Change is long overdue.
Sunday at 9p/ 12a ET Fox News investigates new solutions in Fox News Reporting: Fixing Our Schools. Juan Williams investigates and finds that 21st Century computer technology, innovative software, and “blended learning” are being used at a small public charter school in Arizona, a suburban school district in North Carolina, and in a big city school in New York.
Both test scores and graduation rates have improved remarkably at each of these schools. In Florida, a “low tech” formula is challenging students and teachers to become top performers, and a steady increase in achievement is the result.
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Check out a sneak peek of the special below and tune into Fox News Reporting: Fixing Our Schools, Sunday at 9p/12a ET.