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Posted by Craig on 05:41:00 AM in Education
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This is reason number one why education should be a strictly private affair. The government should get its nose out of it. Its monopoly is at the heart of the corruption.
"It’s not enough to support choice, but we need to discuss what really works."
I vehemently disagree with this statement. The top down, government monopoly approach to education justified and continues to justify itself with this very mantra. News flash, what works in DC may not even be desirable, much less "work", in Carthage, MO. The idea that some bureaucrat somewhere can determine what education works for anyone but a narrow group is deluded.
September 11, 2013 at 03:53 PM
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