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May 30, 2009


We need a lot more of this.

Kids belong to their parents

Parents are responsible for what their kids do, including how well they perform in school.

The State has a compelling interest in supporting parents as they see that their children are properly educated. That support should be in the form of a fixed maximum amount of money reimbursed annually to the parents for instructional costs, provided that the child passes standard tests. No pass, no pay.

Go ahead, call me a Nazi. But this is the only way to fund basic education. Anything beyond the basics should be entirely up to parents, and they can either earn more money and pay for it, or join a group (like, say, oh, I don't know, maybe, what, a religion, or Boy Scouts, or something?) that pools their resources to promote specific educational, instructional, and recreational activities.

See? All fixed! Was that so goddamn hard?

Alert Arnie.

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1 Discipline in the classroom?  In a public school? Don't hold your breath with the liberal mind-set of 'educators'.

Posted by: Lynnette at Tuesday, June 02 2009 12:14 PM (NVwT9)

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