Help me to understand that there are people who are opposed to standardised curriculum for public schools.
It makes no sense to have thousands of entities with thousands of seperate exit requirements with 50 different qualifications for their states' respective Universities and further requirements for private universities. It's obvious that the US has amongst the world's lowest science and math scores, so why is it that there are people who choose to keep the system from being streamlined into a more efficient system where there is more control over how well students actually do? Could it be that these people in opposition are in denial over how uneducated American students actually are?
I want those opposed on the board to give their reasons. Don't just give me a knee-jerk, Constitution related answer. Explain the actual merits of continuing with the same system in effect today?