@worf hit the nail on the head. The most heavily funded schools in the nation
are the highest underperforming and it has nothing to do with race. The true
common denominator, if you're willing to look closely enough- all those
cities are held captive by the Democrat monolith.
@Fred44:Put those so called better teachers into low income minority
schools. Problem fixed?Downtown Chicago, Washington DC, New York
City, LA, etc, could use those better teachers? These schools are paid twenty
three thousand dollars per student-a school year for better teachers, and it
hasn't worked. That's much more than your rich white schools.
I would like to have seen the study focus on single parent households. That
would have been more interesting versus skin color. Education success if
closely tied to marital status of parents. Asians are a minority yet
almost ignored in these numbers. Why do they ignore the successes of the
Asian community? What are they afraid it will tell them about culture instead
of race? It doesn't fit the narrative they want to push of big government
This article is titled incorrectly. It should be best teachers are found in
schools frequented by white rich kids. We all know that socio-economic issues
and money have nothing to do with educating kids. Every kid comes into the
classroom the same, but these kids clearly have better teachers.
What's the purpose of this article?