Is a lack of money the problem for our public schools?

Is a lack of money the problem for our public schools?

Everything You Need to Know About Public School Spending in Less Than 2½ Minutes

Posted by Adam Schaeffer

Neal McCluskey gutted the President’s new “Save the Teachers” American Jobs Act sales pitch a good while back, as did Andrew Coulson here. Thankfully, it seems a lot of senators agree it’s a bad idea.

Last week, a $35 Billion piece of the president’s new “stimulus” plan, which included $30 Billion to bail out government schools—againwent down in the Senate:

Our public education problem is huge; we’re spending far too much and getting way too little. But most people don’t know the basic details. They still think we need to spend more on education.

So, for all of you who want to get the details but don’t have much time, or have family and friends who need to be introduced to reality, I present to you . . . Everything you need to know about public school spending in less than 2½ minutes.

Watch it, “like” it, post it on Facebook, email it around, comment, and generally get the word out . . . because we really do need to get the word out.

Public School Spending in Less than 2½ Minutes

Uploaded by on Oct 21, 2011

Everything you need to know about public school spending in less than 2½ minutes.

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Adam Schaeffer • October 25, 2011 @ 10:54 am
Filed under: Education and Child Policy; Government and Politics; Tax and Budget Policy
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