Monday, September 10, 2012

Democratic View of Education

Yes, it is necessary for the federal bureaucracy to "fix" education. They must be the solution since it is very apparent that the traditional local government model for public schools is incapable of getting beyond unions, tenure, and nanny-ism.

$76K Before Bennies Not Adequate

Of particular note in the Chicago saga is this:
School officials said they will open more than 140 schools between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. so children can eat lunch and breakfast in a district where many students receive free meals.
Whatever happened to breeders (aka "parents") feeding their progeny? Does that leave any doubt about how society is evolving?

Meanwhile the Chicago Police Department is going into full activation mode to keep the city from a melt-down as 400,000 unsupervised kids hit the streets for a little bit of extra-curricular gang-banging.

Don't they look like just the sort of educational role-model you would like educating your children?


Murphy's Law said...

Ain't none of those teachers look like they're starving there, Ed.

FlyingBarrister said...

It's good to see a Dimocrat weasel like Rahm having to deal with it. I hope that it hurts him politically.

I'd like to contribute money so that the unions can bus in loads of ringers to protest for $9 an hour like they Dims did in Madison, WI. What's good for the goose...

juvat said...

did you get that photo from Wikipedia? under "Harpies"?