Cal Thomas | Syndicated columnist | Wednesday, November 21, 2001
Test scores were down three points from the last time the test was administered five years ago.
The National Science Teachers Association says the poor performance in science is due to the lack of emphasis on the subject in favor of reading and math.
Here's my question: We're spending more on education than at any time in our history, but getting bad results. When I was in high school, we were taught math, science, reading, history and other things. What we weren't taught was sex-ed, environmental-ed, homosexual-ed and all of the other trendy subjects which eat up much of the school day.
Just one more reason to home school or Christian school your children.