It’s National School Choice Week? Sorry, I didn’t get you anything.
Hey, I didn’t even know.
Not to quibble, here, but… okay, fully intending to quibble, here, that’s not quite accurate. Even in the worst places, some students do well. Even in the best places, some students flunk out and become drug addled petty criminals with tattoos on their faces.
I continue to submit that the most important factor in a child’s education is the child’s home environment, and unless we start taking control of that, our ability to provide great educations to every child will be strictly limited, no matter how much money we spend.
But we don’t want to “take control” of that. Maybe I better not start giving people ideas.