Public Schools: One Of The Government’s Biggest Failures? Or Successes?

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Baltimore is proving just how ineffective the government is at educating the nation’s children. Almost as if it was their goal, the city has six schools that failed to produce one child proficient in either English or math.

Even though it spends more per pupil than every other large school district in the country save for two, Baltimore City Public Schools is failing to teach students even the very basic concepts that will help them get through life. Proving that the government will always fail, Baltimore’s education costs to the taxpayer are not small; about $16,000 per student, per year. An investigation by Project Baltimore found that five high schools and one middle school in the district should pretty much be shut down at this point because they’re serving no useful purpose whatsoever – except to drain the taxpayer of their money and indoctrinate the youth.

Booker T. Washington Middle School, Frederick Douglass High School, Achievement Academy at Harbor City, New Era Academy, Excel Academy at Francis M. Wood High, and New Hope Academy all failed to pass even just one student that met the minimum requirements for exceptional proficiency in either of the two subjects. -(source)

Baltimore is now not producing students proficient at even simple math and English, yet government apologists don’t want the blame to go to the education takeover by the government. Our nation’s declining IQ should be evidence enough that public schools are a big government failure, or does that make them a success? In a society in which the media and government tell the populace at large what to think, IQ is unnecessary. Just vote and pay your taxes and all will be fine, right?

Obviously, because these non-proficient students are still on schedule to graduate. According to Freedom Project, this is because of “radically dumbed-down exams linked to Common Core,” a controversial curriculum approach that in many ways deforms traditional mathematics and corrupts children’s minds.

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Frederick Douglass High School had the worst results out of all six schools. With 185 students in total, a shocking 165 of them achieved a 1/5 on the proficiency scale, with 1 indicating that these students in no way met proficiency expectations. Nineteen students partially met expectations ranking at 2/5, but were still considered to be not proficient. Only one student scored a 3/5 for “approaching expectations,” though even this one was dubbed not proficient. Not a single student at Frederick Douglass achieved a 4/5 or a 5/5, which would have put them in the proficient category. –Natural News

The shocking results show a monumental tragedy unfolding in the city that represents a microcosm of the damage being inflicted on children across America. It should now be clear that public schools are a tool of propaganda and mind manipulation. They only attempt to prevent a student from learning on their own and regurgitating the mandatory information and revised history that a government employee presents.

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  • John C Carleton

    The purpose for “public schools, is to indoctrinate kids with zionist BS, teach them to never question authority, pick out the kids who show promise of thinking independently, drug them till hey drool, label them as with mental problems, and feed them into the juvenile court systems.

    If the US did not want the people stupid, they would not force industrial waste fluoride into the water supplies. Research done in Europe identifies children growing up drinking fluoridated water as having overall lower IQ’s than kids not forced to drink it. Also makes your bones brittle and stands a good chance of causing cancer.

    • renee ciccioni

      I thought their goal was to brainwash us with the notion that the European invasion was a discovery.

    • Clementine

      And calcifies the Pineal Gland… fluoride is toxic!

  • NonYo Business

    Huge success, look around you. Nothing but useless eaters and buyers. No detection of any independent thought and very little creativity. Indoctrination teaches children to “fasten the chain around their own ankles”

  • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    It’s part and parcel of the Prussian Industrial Model of schooling. . . (Thanks for nothing, Horace)

    Create obedient drones for the industrial machine, obedient grunts for the war machine. . . but don’t let them get smart enough to ask questions. . .

  • SirVeil Lance

    Misleading lead image. Booker T Washington is REALLY black, which helps to explain a lot about the stats.

  • renee ciccioni

    Yeah charter schools for everyone and if you can’t afford it then your kid can remain illiterate.

    • Gil G

      Libertarians romance the days when children served their parents on the farm instead of going to school.

      • renee ciccioni

        They sure do.

      • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

        Wrong. We romance the days when children were actually educated rather than indoctrinated to be servile minions of the state. There’s a reason why the government has begun to apply pressure to home schoolers-they fear losing their propaganda monopoly.

  • Libby

    As a former high school and middle school English teacher, I can attest to the illiteracy of our youth. When I taught 9th grade English, most of the students could not read at grade level. In fact, most did not read at the 5th grade level.
    I found proven ways to help these kids’ reading by not implementing common core. Indeed, I went back to some of the methods my teachers used over 40 years ago, like diagramming, and I used sentence composing and paragraph reconstruction for writing and reading skills. I was never interested in how the students “felt” but rather how they thought through a process. Yes, I lost a lot of free time in the evenings, but wasn’t teaching the thing I was paid for?
    The result? Other teachers reported that the reading and writing skills of the students increased, and their basic scores on standardized tests went up from 2 to 4 years.
    The reaction from the other teachers in the department? “It’s too much time to spend on correcting papers,” or “I want to teach other things (like baby food and rot).”
    You decide. It doesn’t take a lot of money to educate a child if the right teaching methods are used.

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    Within the public school system, education has become secondary to such enterprises as political indoctrination, social engineering, the severing of the familial umbilicus whereby the parents instill their children with a moral code and the expectations for acceptable behavior, the elimination of religion in favor of a healthy worship of the state, and the overall dumbing down of basic education so that the “educated” won’t be likely to see or understand what has been done to them. Ain’t America great?

  • Cracker122049

    I wish those indoctrination centers would not be refereed to as schools and yes they are working exactly as planned! COMPLY!

  • Rey d’Tutto

    Thank Diety I have my son enrolled at a Private school.
    Costs more than home schooling, but socialization is not a detriment.
    Supplementing his edumacation with both skills and learning is appropriate for me, and he has a grasp of the history of our nation, and the civilization it came from.