Oh, So That's What Biden's Border Visit Is Really About
Schumer and McConnell Get Ready to Upend Senate Precedent to Avoid Mayorkas Trial
GOP Rep Wants Kamala Harris to Invoke the 25th on Joe Biden
U.S. Army's Recruitment Problem Just Reached a Whole New Level
Biden's Planned Late-Night 'Surprise'
Is McConnell Getting Closer to Endorsing Trump?
Here's the Role Hunter Biden Claims He'll Play in the 2024 Election
‘I’m So Sick of This S***’ : J.K. Rowling Fires Back After Outlet...
These Key Democrats Are Happy About Nikki Haley Remaining in the Race
After Missed Deadline, Chairmen Jordan and Comer Subpoena DOJ for Special Counsel Document...
Bodycam Footage of Megachurch Shooter's Rampage Has Been Released
A Mother Was Given Thousands of Tax Dollars to Help Lift Her Out...
Let's Talk About Hillary Clinton's Conspiratorial Birth Control Tweet
Our DOD Debacle Has Gone on Long Enough
The Majority of Americans Support the Construction of a Border Wall
Tipsheet

Shouldn't Results Matter, Too?

As government employee unions and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker continue the standoff in Wisconsin, it's worth pointing out that despite the highest per pupil spending in the Midwest, 66% of Wisconsin's eighth graders -- at least those in public schools -- can't read proficiently
Advertisement
.  Could that be because most of the "spending" isn't actually reaching the students?

The New York Times has a surprisingly honest article today, as well, pointing out that many of Wisconsin's private sector union members, buffeted by economic reality, have scant sympathy for the government union protestors.  Hm.  Perhaps they have children in the public schools.


Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement