What money? The schools keep losing money and teachers. Then the state wants to put more and more students into one room. I don't care how good the students are if there is more then 20 high schoolers in a room a teacher will lose some of them. And as far as AYP goes, thats a joke. If a school has 25 goals and misses one because lets say they only have 94% of students testing instead of 95%, then the school misses AYP. It is all a numbers game. To really see a difference in education build more schools and have more teachers, so there are less students in a class. The only real number that should matter is the number of kids in a room. the more students in a class the lower the scores are going to be.
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