Satisfaction with US education dropping, according to Gallup survey
Americans are becoming less satisfied with the state of K-12 education, with curriculum and educational approach being cited as the top issue, according to a Gallup survey released last week.
Only 42 percent of Americans said they are completely or somewhat satisfied with K-12 education in the United States, compared to 51 percent in 2019. Only 9 percent said they are completely satisfied with the education students receive, while 2 percent said they have no opinion.
Of those who were dissatisfied with public education, 65 percent highlighted issues with curriculum and educational...