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British and U.S. children are the worst off in the industrialized world, according to a UN report Wednesday that ranked the well-being of youngsters in 21 wealthy countries.
However, there is a term that properly explains these people’s modus operandi: they are technocrats — a breed of thinker who may very well vanquish the Nazi’s to second place in the history of the world’s most dangerous people.
Originally posted by Johnmike
I don't know about this report. It seems a little far-fetched and alarmist. I have a little trouble believing that education in the United States is worse than that in Spain.
Originally posted by rrahim1
I agree. The NCLB's mission is to raise the stakes so that less people will graduate and look to join the army. Or someone of them didn't do quite well and need army funding to go to college because they missed the scholarship. There's also other critics with the same conclusion's. John Kerry said it best. If you don't study hard you're gonna end up in Iraq.