26 March, 2006

You Can Lead a Jig to Books, But You Can’t Make Him Think

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Trying to turn niggers into humans is modern alchemy. Applying dollars does not work, no matter the million and first jew claims lack of money “explains” The Gap.


“Let’s invest the most with the least potential … then claim we’re not Marxists.”

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D.C.’s Distinction: $16,344 Per Student, But Only 12% Read Proficiently

Human Events ^ | March 23 2006

The District of Columbia spends far more money per student in its public elementary and secondary schools each year than the tuition costs at many private elementary schools, or even college-preparatory secondary schools. Yet, District 8th-graders ranked dead last in 2005 in national reading and math tests. D.C.’s public elementary and secondary schools spent a total of $16,334 per student in the 2002-2003 school year, according to a Department of Education study. That compares to the $10,520 tuition at St. John’s College High School, a District Catholic school that sends almost all its graduates to four-year colleges. Last year, however, only 12% of 8th-graders in the District’s public schools scored at grade-level proficiency or better in reading in the federal National Assessment of Educational Progress tests that were administered in the District and all 50 states. Only 7% of the District’s public-school 8th-graders scored grade-level proficiency or better in math.
Not one U.S. state can boast that a majority of the 8th-graders in its public schools last year had achieved grade-level proficiency or better in either reading or math. How much money did your state spend per pupil while failing to adequately educate in reading and math the majority of students in its public schools? The answers are in the chart below. They eloquently make the case for school choice.

The state spending figures below are the total median expenditure per student as reported in “Revenues and Expenditures by Public School Districts: School Year 2002-03,” published by the Department of Education in November 2005. The NAEP 8th-grade reading and math scores were published by the Department of Education in October 2005.

State Per Pupil Spending
Percentage of 8th-Graders at Proficiency or Better
in Reading
Percentage of 8th-Graders at Proficiency or Better
in Math
Alaska $16,665
27%
29%
District of Columbia
$16,344
12%
7%
New York
$13,989
33%
31%
New Jersey
$12,419
37%
36%
Wyoming
$12,116
35% 29%
Delaware
$10,874
31%
30%
Connecticut
$10,765
34%
35%
New Mexico $10,602
19%
14%
Rhode Island
$10,189
29%
23%
Massachusetts
$9,952
44%
43%
Wisconsin $9,805 34%
36%
Maine
$9,787
38%
30%
New Hampshire
$9,731
38%
35%
Vermont
$9,614
37%
38%
Maryland
$9,298
30% 30%
Pennsylvania
$9,298
36%
31%
Minnesota
$9,133
37%
43%
Colorado
$8,948
31%
32%
Montana
$8,927
37%
36%
West Virginia
$8,845
22%
17%
Texas
$8,826
26%
31%
Nebraska $8,714
35%
35%
Indiana
$8,673
28%
30%
Michigan
$8,651
28%
30%
Hawaii
$8,632
18%
18%
Kansas
$8,620
34%
34%
Oregon
$8,577
33%
33%
North Dakota
$8,552
37%
35%
Illinois
$8,465
31%
28%
Nevada
$8,458 22%
21%
Washington
$8,454
34%
36%
Georgia
$8,393
24%
23%
California
$8,262
21%
22%
South Carolina
$8,226
25%
30%
Ohio
$8,208
24%
34%
Virginia
$8,087
35%
33%
South Dakota
$8,001
35%
36%
Iowa
$7,789
34%
34%
Florida
$7,571
25%
26%
Idaho
$7,554
32%
30%
North Carolina
$7,469
27%
32%
Missouri
$7,462
31%
26%
Louisiana
$7,443
20%
16%
Alabama
$6,942
22%
15%
Kentucky
$6,934
31% 22%
Arizona
$6,933
23%
26%
Utah
$6,859
29%
30%
Oklahoma
$6,817
25%
20%
Arkansas
$6,774
26%
22%
Tennessee
$6,460
26%
21%
Mississippi
$6,387
19%
13%

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  7. 5 Responses to “You Can Lead a Jig to Books, But You Can’t Make Him Think”

    1. alex Says:

      What the chart shows is that there’s no relation between spending per student and results. Yet that is how it’s always framed in jewspapers, which repeat the NEA line that teachers are underpaid as a mantra.

      In FACT, teachers are overpaid, and learning has nothing to do with money. You learn either by doing, or by reading and thinking about what you read, and them organizing your thoughts into coherent forms, using words.

    2. Will Says:

      Throwing money at niggers gets nothing in return, unless the nigger is a stripper, and then you get to see a nipple, maybe more.

    3. van helsing Says:

      They are throwing money at lousy teachers and administrators, not even at “education”. The little boolies dont even see the money. Of course then it would go for kiddie bling…

    4. Harry Tuttle Says:

      I sincerely wish they’d run a parallel program trying to turn calico jackasses into thoroughbred racing studs by spending goyish money on the mule training programs. Of course not – that wouldn’t make any fucking sense.

    5. lawrence dennis Says:

      Isn’t even one state at 50% or more proficiency? Admittedly there are dull students in any school and many in every state, but was proficiency this low 30 years ago? Have things gotten that much worse? WTF?