Misconception Mondays, Part III: Public Schools Are “One Size Fits All”

June 23, 2014 |

This is the third post in our blog series, “Misconception Mondays”, where we will dispel a common misconception about public schools in Texas each Monday of the month. The first step to becoming an advocate for all Texas students is to know the truth about our schools.

Whenever you hear the words “one size fits all,” what do you think of? Is it lack of options, lack of choice, or both? The “one size fits all” mantra has become the meme to describe the notion that our public schools do not provide catered learning pathways or individualized teaching instruction. This misconception often lessens the perceived value of what our public school system can and does provide for more than 5 million students in Texas.



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