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  • #61
    Originally posted by CYDdharta View Post


    LOL, both sources go back to the same partisan organization. You can't argue with the fact that we already spend too much on education. Of course you can find examples where shoddy teachers and poor administrators have short-changed their students, but that proves nothing.
    So you now don't believe teachers when they talk about school funding?
    Fantastic.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by PeterUK75 View Post

      So you now don't believe teachers when they talk about school funding?
      Fantastic.
      I sure as Hell don't believe unions or their members who lie about Trump and support Bernie.

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      • #63
        Instead of looking at public school systems that deliver best value for the (tax) investment, certain clueless types wish to correct the problem with 2 other options -private sector charter schools and home schooling. They don't consider all three options as a solution, nor do they wish to copy EU schooling strategies even as they praise them.

        -It is restricted to charter schools and home schooling. Funding per student on a statewide basis is not acceptable (one EU strategy), and the US citizen will pay less tax in the short run in order to seal it's fate in the long run. Think of the money we'll save, and we don't even need to audit the decision because it was kicked out to the private sector.

        Hasn't the Conservative gov't. in GB used that strategy, Peter? If they avoid that "solution", please explain why to my fellow yanks.

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        • #64
          In the UK we call charter schools academies and they have rather exploded under the conservatives.
          https://www.brookings.edu/research/l...es-in-england/

          Funding for everything has been under heavy scrutiny in the last 10 years as the UK has been in a period of austerity as the financial crash was pretty brutal for us as London is the global banking capital so yeah, that kind of screwed us big time.
          Austerity is hopefully about to end but we decided to shoot ourselves in the foot with Brexit so that's just wonderful.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post

            I think we should be focusing on how to get the most education out each the dollars that are spent. Here's a Hint: It isn't common core. Many other nation's school systems, and their students, out perform US schools and US students in spite of the US spending vastly more on education. There's something fundamentally wrong with the US public education system, and I suspect that Charter Schools and school choice would be a step in the right direction.
            Vouchers, school choice, aka introducing free market capitalism forces into the system.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Marcus1124 View Post

              Vouchers, school choice, aka introducing free market capitalism forces into the system.
              Free market capitalism and accountability into the system.

              Exactly, and which is why the left as well as the teachers unions, but I unnecessarily report myself, are against any and all of those things, but also fail to recognize their own failure in delivering quality education and well educated students, at an ever increasing price, having now, apparently, taken on their preferred role of liberal / progressive indoctrinators rather than educators, producing the likes of the blithering idiot AOC and similar.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by PeterUK75 View Post
                In the UK we call charter schools academies and they have rather exploded under the conservatives.
                https://www.brookings.edu/research/l...es-in-england/

                Funding for everything has been under heavy scrutiny in the last 10 years as the UK has been in a period of austerity as the financial crash was pretty brutal for us as London is the global banking capital so yeah, that kind of screwed us big time.
                Austerity is hopefully about to end but we decided to shoot ourselves in the foot with Brexit so that's just wonderful.
                It doesn't appear to be 10 years. Education funding in the UK increased 36% between 2005 and 2014.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by CYDdharta View Post

                  It doesn't appear to be 10 years. Education funding in the UK increased 36% between 2005 and 2014.
                  I question that figure and if you'd actually spent any time here you'd know almost all government departments have been having funding cuts since the conservatives got into power.
                  The civil service actually went through a process (My mum and a couple of friends of mine who work in the civil service went through this) where everyone had to re-apply for their own job because of a mass round of redundancies. It's not bee pretty and it's only now starting to come to an end now the UK has the deficit under control.

                  Also 36% over 9 years isn't exactly all that huge and as I said we had to spend a crapload on new school buildings as some were stupidly old.
                  The lower school I attended was in Victorian buildings and had to be replaced as it just wasn't fit for purpose any more.

                  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United...rity_programme

                  Yeah, not fun.

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by PeterUK75 View Post

                    I question that figure and if you'd actually spent any time here you'd know almost all government departments have been having funding cuts since the conservatives got into power.
                    The civil service actually went through a process (My mum and a couple of friends of mine who work in the civil service went through this) where everyone had to re-apply for their own job because of a mass round of redundancies. It's not bee pretty and it's only now starting to come to an end now the UK has the deficit under control.

                    Also 36% over 9 years isn't exactly all that huge and as I said we had to spend a crapload on new school buildings as some were stupidly old.
                    The lower school I attended was in Victorian buildings and had to be replaced as it just wasn't fit for purpose any more.

                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United...rity_programme

                    Yeah, not fun.
                    Another perfect example why it should be public FUNDING of primary education, and private sector PROVISION. Public sector is demonstrably less responsible in the maintenance of existing infrastructure, and planning prudently ahead to anticipate future infrastructure needs. Capital investment is just another managerial decision that is readily reflected in the bottom line of a private business (through market forces), that government entities are largely insulated from. Politicians don't get the same PR or electoral "bang" for maintenance as they do for big, shiny new projects with fancy ribbon cutting ceremonies. In the private sector, management gets rewarded for the outcome, not the inputs.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by PeterUK75 View Post

                      Oh really?


                      Yeah, Republicans just love people so much they made it harder for people to prevent their employer from stealing from them.

                      Lovely.
                      I just have to laugh at the idea employers are 'stealing' from their employees. Of course there are companies participating in selfish and greedy practices - such as making employees skip breaks and moving people to salary to avoid overtime pay. This is what you call 'stealing'? What if an employee spends an hour a day texting and browsing social media? Should the employer then be allowed to litigate for their 'stolen' money to be returned?

                      I know some high school and college kids that have negotiated significant raises at what are traditionally considered 'minimum wage' jobs in fast food and retail. These places are ALL looking for employees right now and are willing to pay to keep the good ones. The solution to most of these employer abuse issues is a strong economy. Under the Trump economy the option to walk out on your shitty boss exists more than ever. .

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by SupPackFan View Post

                        I just have to laugh at the idea employers are 'stealing' from their employees. Of course there are companies participating in selfish and greedy practices - such as making employees skip breaks and moving people to salary to avoid overtime pay. This is what you call 'stealing'? What if an employee spends an hour a day texting and browsing social media? Should the employer then be allowed to litigate for their 'stolen' money to be returned?

                        I know some high school and college kids that have negotiated significant raises at what are traditionally considered 'minimum wage' jobs in fast food and retail. These places are ALL looking for employees right now and are willing to pay to keep the good ones. The solution to most of these employer abuse issues is a strong economy. Under the Trump economy the option to walk out on your shitty boss exists more than ever. .
                        I detest mandatory overtime laws. Back when I was in college, I worked my ass off during the Summers, usually working 2-3 jobs for 60-70 hours per week. I had a part-time job throughout the year, and would have loved the convenience of being able to schedule 60-80 hours a week with that employer during the Summers (and were it not for overtime requirements my employer would have been glad to do so). Instead, I had to waste time finding other jobs, coordinating schedules, and not working as many hours as I would otherwise have liked to. In addition, having been working with that employer for several years, I was making more at my normal hourly wage than I was usually able to find for the other part-time job(s) I would get each Summer. So in the end minimum wage laws COST me earnings.

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by Marcus1124 View Post

                          I detest mandatory overtime laws. Back when I was in college, I worked my ass off during the Summers, usually working 2-3 jobs for 60-70 hours per week. I had a part-time job throughout the year, and would have loved the convenience of being able to schedule 60-80 hours a week with that employer during the Summers (and were it not for overtime requirements my employer would have been glad to do so). Instead, I had to waste time finding other jobs, coordinating schedules, and not working as many hours as I would otherwise have liked to. In addition, having been working with that employer for several years, I was making more at my normal hourly wage than I was usually able to find for the other part-time job(s) I would get each Summer. So in the end minimum wage laws COST me earnings.
                          For some reason you simply cannot get this concept through the thick skull of a Bernie fan - or any other democrat as far as that goes. If the fast food giants all had a meeting to set the hourly wage of employees that would break the law. But for decades there has been no reason to bother as the government sets the wage for them. Still the case in many states - but the federal minimum wage has been stagnant long enough to become irrelevant. For example where I live in northern Wisconsin, where the minimum wage equals the federal $7.25 per hour, there is nobody working for $7.25 per hour. Convenience stations advertise $12.50 starting hourly wage and most fast food joints pay about the same. This is taking place in one of the lowest cost of living areas in our entire country. 3 bedroom starter homes available for $65,000.

                          But in California where the minimum wage is $12 what do you think all of the fast food, cashier, etc jobs start at? Well duh - $12 per hour. Probably the equivalent of making $6 per hour in this area due to the west coast inflated cost of living.

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by SupPackFan View Post

                            For some reason you simply cannot get this concept through the thick skull of a Bernie fan - or any other democrat as far as that goes. If the fast food giants all had a meeting to set the hourly wage of employees that would break the law. But for decades there has been no reason to bother as the government sets the wage for them. Still the case in many states - but the federal minimum wage has been stagnant long enough to become irrelevant. For example where I live in northern Wisconsin, where the minimum wage equals the federal $7.25 per hour, there is nobody working for $7.25 per hour. Convenience stations advertise $12.50 starting hourly wage and most fast food joints pay about the same. This is taking place in one of the lowest cost of living areas in our entire country. 3 bedroom starter homes available for $65,000.

                            But in California where the minimum wage is $12 what do you think all of the fast food, cashier, etc jobs start at? Well duh - $12 per hour. Probably the equivalent of making $6 per hour in this area due to the west coast inflated cost of living.
                            The market deal with reality. The Democrats, their supporters, the media, they all deal in lies, and not much else.

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post

                              The market deal with reality. The Democrats, their supporters, the media, they all deal in lies, and not much else.
                              Of course Bernie Sanders is such a fucking idiot he believes that the overabundance (in his view) of toothpaste options is indicative of what is wrong with our country (in his view), whereas the frequent result of his policies (in the real world) is NOT choice of toothpaste or many, many, other consumer products (as in NO choice because the store shelves are EMPTY).

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by Marcus1124 View Post

                                Of course Bernie Sanders is such a fucking idiot he believes that the overabundance (in his view) of toothpaste options is indicative of what is wrong with our country (in his view), whereas the frequent result of his policies (in the real world) is NOT choice of toothpaste or many, many, other consumer products (as in NO choice because the store shelves are EMPTY).
                                As the Venezuelan experience, and many other throughout history, would be a testament to.

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