AND THE EDUCRAT EXCUSES KEEP GETTING WORSE
FITSNews – November 15, 2007 - Not a single Palmetto state school district is rated “excellent,” and only seven of the state’s 85 districts are “good,” according to South Carolina school report cards released today. The rest are either average (32.5%), below average (25.2%) or failing (14.6%). Of course to hear the educrats and their apologists over at La Socialista tell it, school performance isn’t something you can measure, you know, with numbers:
“Schools are not factories, schools are not refrigerators, schools are not toaster ovens,” said Kershaw Superintendent Frank Morgan. “Schools are living, breathing institutions and organisms, and itâ€™s hard to put a numerical judgment on an institution of that type.”
Huh? While we assume the lotus position to ponder Superintendent Buddha’s new age wisdom, we’ll let you decide if the fact that half of our state’s school kids don’t graduate constitutes a valid “numerical judgment” or not.
Seriously, we’ve given these Department of Education f*ckers a billion dollars in new money over the last four years (on top of the billions they were already getting) and all they’ve done is continue to suck complete ass and rely on tainted reporters at left-leaning rags to do their bitching for them.
Are we being a little harsh? Perhaps, but when your body is a wonderland you can get away with saying things like that.