Majority believes public schools on wrong track: poll

m.knox

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Of course they are. They are more worried about teaching boys how to tape their penis down so they can feel like a woman than they are about teaching math and science.

The world laughs at us. Courtesy of democrats.

https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/599272-majority-believes-public-schools-on-wrong-track-poll

Nearly 2 in 3 voters, including broad majorities across racial, educational and economic lines, believe public schools in the United States are headed off on the wrong track, a new poll shows.

Just 24 percent of Americans said that when they think about what children are being taught in public school, they believe schools are headed in the right direction, according to the survey conducted for Grinnell College by the Des Moines-based polling firm Selzer & Co.

There is broad agreement across virtually every stratum of society. About two-thirds of men polled and nearly as many women believe schools are off on the wrong track; so do 64 percent of white voters surveyed and 63 percent who are not white. Sixty-seven percent of respondents who live in homes with children under the age of 18 said the same.

“If you pay any attention to news and you paid any attention to the last election, you knew there was this murmur of what was happening in public schools. This says it’s approaching a roar,” Selzer said in an interview. “It puts together the zeitgeist that’s been in play for a few years.”
 

PSUEngineer89

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Of course they are. They are more worried about teaching boys how to tape their penis down so they can feel like a woman than they are about teaching math and science.

The world laughs at us. Courtesy of democrats.

https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/599272-majority-believes-public-schools-on-wrong-track-poll

Nearly 2 in 3 voters, including broad majorities across racial, educational and economic lines, believe public schools in the United States are headed off on the wrong track, a new poll shows.

Just 24 percent of Americans said that when they think about what children are being taught in public school, they believe schools are headed in the right direction, according to the survey conducted for Grinnell College by the Des Moines-based polling firm Selzer & Co.

There is broad agreement across virtually every stratum of society. About two-thirds of men polled and nearly as many women believe schools are off on the wrong track; so do 64 percent of white voters surveyed and 63 percent who are not white. Sixty-seven percent of respondents who live in homes with children under the age of 18 said the same.


“If you pay any attention to news and you paid any attention to the last election, you knew there was this murmur of what was happening in public schools. This says it’s approaching a roar,” Selzer said in an interview. “It puts together the zeitgeist that’s been in play for a few years.”

Its amazing how weak and stupid we’ve become.

Twice the funding with worse results.
 

horace19040

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Of course the schools are going in the wrong direction. Dems goal is for equality. Dems hold the top kids down to keep the blacks on par. Did I say that or Joe Biden?
 
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Of course they are. They are more worried about teaching boys how to tape their penis down so they can feel like a woman than they are about teaching math and science.

The world laughs at us. Courtesy of democrats.

https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/599272-majority-believes-public-schools-on-wrong-track-poll

Nearly 2 in 3 voters, including broad majorities across racial, educational and economic lines, believe public schools in the United States are headed off on the wrong track, a new poll shows.

Just 24 percent of Americans said that when they think about what children are being taught in public school, they believe schools are headed in the right direction, according to the survey conducted for Grinnell College by the Des Moines-based polling firm Selzer & Co.

There is broad agreement across virtually every stratum of society. About two-thirds of men polled and nearly as many women believe schools are off on the wrong track; so do 64 percent of white voters surveyed and 63 percent who are not white. Sixty-seven percent of respondents who live in homes with children under the age of 18 said the same.


“If you pay any attention to news and you paid any attention to the last election, you knew there was this murmur of what was happening in public schools. This says it’s approaching a roar,” Selzer said in an interview. “It puts together the zeitgeist that’s been in play for a few years.”
The teacher's union doesn't care what parents think.
 
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m.knox

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Its amazing how weak and stupid we’ve become.

Twice the funding with worse results.

Funny story. Went to a golf range as a kid. The attendant would just repeat himself, "half the effort, twice the distance."....

Sounds like it applies to schools as well.
 

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