A. The Japanese mathematic teachers.
B. Both the speaker and his German friend.
C. Both Americans and immigrants.
D. The son of the speaker's German friend.
A. Do present-day children learn less than their forefathers in the good old days?
B. Why do Japanese businessmen send their children to Japanese-staffed schools?
C. Why can't American children memorize enough geographic information?
D. Is American education really worse than education in other countries?
A. Children in California are not likely to learn creative geography.
B. Children in private schools run by Japanese are smarter.
C. They experiment freely with ideas and become creative when they grow up.
D. They are less innovative than other children in the world.