By Mike Klein
Mike Klein, Editor, Georgia Public Policy Foundation
Three kids go to school. One way under achieves, one achieves okay but nothing spectacular and the third kid achieves off the chart, leaving the other two way behind. So which kid do you suppose will get the most resources if the school system has to pick and choose its priorities?
Georgia state representative Ed Seltzer found himself in the same ballroom with U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan one morning last week at the Foundation for Excellence in Education annual conference. Here is what Setzler asked when the microphone was passed his way:
“I’ve heard folks say in different settings that high performing kids will take care of themselves (and)…