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Topic: Pseudo-Education in New Jersey
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Michael Paul Goldenberg

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Re: Pseudo-Education in New Jersey
Posted: Jul 17, 2006 6:28 PM
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I agree, Dom. Are there no prisons? Are the no work-houses?

On Jul 17, 2006, at 5:44 PM, Domenico Rosa wrote:

> Inner-city public school systems have been enormously profitable,
> plundered laboratories for pseudo-educators.
> <<One of the defendant school districts in the new suit, Englewood
> City, spends $19,194 per student, well over twice the national
> average. But at Dismus Middle School, over two-thirds of the
> students do not have basic proficiency in math and fewer than half
> are proficient in language arts literacy. Newark, a recipient of
> massive Abbott funding, spends $16,351 per student and pays its
> teachers an average salary of $76,213. Yet in 24 of its schools,
> fewer than half the students demonstrate basic proficiency in math
> or language arts. At William H. Brown Academy and at Dr. Martin
> Luther King, Jr. School, fewer than one of every 10 students
> demonstrates basic math proficiency. It's time to try something
> else for these children.>>

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