Message from discussion Bush's testing plan.
From: Pavil Natanovich <crysanthe...@my-deja.com>
Subject: Re: Bush's testing plan.
Date: 1 Feb 2001 00:22:38 -0500
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In article <3A770F71.48D6F...@bellsouth.net>,
Mike Owen <m_o...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
> > And we expect nationwide to find hundreds of thousands of
> > qualified teachers willing to work for very little money -- money
> > we often would not work for. And we put them in lousy physical
> > facilities, overcrowd their classrooms, give them no supplies,
> > equipment, or modern books, and then complain that they are not
> > doing their jobs.
> Gosh, it sounds almost as if public schools could do with a dose of,
> oh what's it called? Competition?
I'm with G. Gordon Liddy. Let us abolish the public school system. If
a person cannot afford a private education, they do not deserve one.
Besides, educate the poor folk and you're kids will just end up
competing with them in the job market. I'm telling you, granting the
unwashed masses the economic power that comes with a decent education
will spell doom to the republic!
"Useless laws weaken necessary laws" -Baron de Montesquieu
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