- Strong academic curricula, with a back-to-basic emphasis on reading, writing, math and science;
- Stricter standards for students, including a heavier homework load and higher grading standards;
- Higher salaries to attract and keep talented, well-qualified teachers.
Doesnt it prove that in spite of all differences education all over the Globe faces similar problems and to solve them joined efforts of all those who make up the system are required.
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