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originally posted by: xuenchen
a reply to: Byrd
Personally, I'd rather spend it on a new Rolls Royce.
originally posted by: jellyrev
Devos will be good for one job. To shut it down. slashing education money is very difficult, muh children.
Idiots actually think if you simply add money students get smarter.
And wouldn't these reports have been compiled by the previous Administration???
In the year following implementation of No Child Left Behind, total mandatory and discretionary spending for elementary and secondary schools jumped by $9.5 billion. Prior to the law, total appropriations for the Department went up less than $3 billion per year
originally posted by: conscientiousobserver
a reply to: seasonal
It doesn't help that many young adults do not like school and refuse to apply themselves. No amount of money can fix that.