> When cities, like NYC and Detroit, are spending from 30% to > 60%, and more, of their budgets on schools, we are > coming to the end of the social dynamic in which the > schools can get ever more money merely by asking for > it. Now is a good time to start thinking of > something else. >
Haim, I think this is where we left off before. You are critical of school spending in urban environments and I provided evidence of shortages in suburban and rural districts.
Now let's talk about math teaching and learning, eh?