School of Teacher Education
"Teachers' Attitudes Toward Students Learning at High Levels: A Challenge to KERA?" discusses the underlying premise of the Kentucky Education Reform Act that states that all children can learn at high levels. Literature research was conducted from other states as well as from the state of Kentucky. The author distributed surveys in fourteen different schools in four different counties in the state of Kentucky. To clear up some confusion in the minds of educators as well as other citizens, the simple statement should be reworded to state that all children can learn at their highest possible level.
Rager, Kimberly, "Teachers Attitudes toward Students Learning at Higher Levels: A Challenge to KERA?" (1995). Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects. Paper 88.