Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Cash for clunkers

Noting the "massive amount of money that is being spent for public education," the Enid News and Eagle wants to know: "Where in the world is this money going and why isn't it ever enough?"
If billions of brand new stimulus dollars can't keep teachers and programs in place across the country, it begs the real question of just where the money is going and how much money is being spent on programs or processes that have nothing to do with curriculum?

We need a major overhaul in education in this nation. Education is too important to our economic future and simply throwing more money into what appears to be a black hole just doesn't make sense.

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