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Re: “The 'minimally adequate education' law must go

So, this number that is spent on each student annually, where does it come from? Do they just take the budget and divide it by the number of students in public schools? I understand that this is the "easy and logical" way to do it, BUT that amount of money IS NOT going to each student. I'm not saying that the state should hire a statistician to follow this, but I saw a very interesting Youtube video about the supposed money that follows each child. The video took place in Belgium. The money actually does follow each child and they use it in the school that they (with parental assistance) choose. So, schools are required to provide the best education possible. Now, you may be saying that if schools compete for business it will create a rift or problems between the schools, but at least the standards will definitely rise. Just a suggestion, just an idea. Let me know what you think.

Posted by touro_loco on May 21, 2009 at 5:28 PM
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