“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects to be what never was and never will be.”
A few more quotes worthy of positive comparison to the smell emitted by the fake president’s mouth daily.
Oklahoma Teacher Walkout
❝ * 12 states that made especially deep cuts after the Great Recession haven’t yet restored school funding
* Texas slashed school funding the most, with per-pupil spending 20 percent lower than in 2008
The U.S. economy has largely recovered from the Great Recession, but one segment is still struggling to regain its financial footing: America’s public schools…
❝ The findings help shed light on why teachers across the country — from West Virginia to California — have taken to the picket lines since early 2018. In some cases, states that cut spending on their public schools failed to boost it again even as their tax revenues improved. That’s leading to a host of challenges for students and teachers in underfunded schools, from teacher shortages to crowded classrooms.
Doesn’t require too much analysis, folks. States with backwards politicians – usually elected by ignorant voters – don’t think it’s important to get around to providing decent educational opportunities to future voters. You don’t really wonder why, do you?
Thanks, Ian Bremmer
Ossip van Duivenbode
And do it inside a stunningly beautiful building.
❝ No longer the new kids on the block, Millennials have moved firmly into their 20s and 30s, and a new generation is coming into focus. Generation Z – diverse and on track to be the most well-educated generation yet – is moving toward adulthood with a liberal set of attitudes and an openness to emerging social trends.
❝ On a range of issues, from Donald Trump’s presidency to the role of government to racial equality and climate change, the views of Gen Z – those ages 13 to 21 in 2018 – mirror those of Millennials. In each of these realms, the two younger generations hold views that differ significantly from those of their older counterparts. In most cases, members of the Silent Generation are at the opposite end, and Baby Boomers and Gen Xers fall in between.
RTFA. Usual thorough and well-thought out job of surveying from Pew. They’ve become the standard-setters in recent years. My generation invented selling-out.