> > Thus far in this "math forum", I have been censored in every single attempt to get clarification into how New Jersey could possibly spend $27,000 per student for education and continually score 300 SAT points lower than many other states (and countries) which spend less than one fifth as much per student. > > Since you're there, maybe you can explain why. Or, even better, where exactly that money comes from, considering that the EXTRA amount NJ spends just on education exceeds the entire NJ state budget. >
Perhaps you are "censured" because of the fact that you almost always get almost all of your facts wrong.
According to this above, New Jersey's SAT scores - at number 36 in the country - are roughly only 100 points below the highest scoring state in the country. No state is 300 points behind another state.
And this "the EXTRA amount NJ spends just on education exceeds the entire NJ state budget" is just insanely wrong - just a couple of years ago, it was roughly at a bit over one third of the state's total budget: