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Topic: Pseudo-Education in New Jersey
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Domenico Rosa

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Re: Pseudo-Education in New Jersey
Posted: Jul 18, 2006 3:01 PM
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According to an article that I read several years ago, in New York City one-third of the education budget is spent on teachers and students, and two-thirds feeds the troughs of the voracious bureaucracy. Does anyone know what the split is in Englewood City or in other NJ cities?

MPG wrote:
> 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. ...

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