adjusted for inflation, are we asking for the same amount of money from tax payers that we were asking for 50 years ago? Why are children coming out of K12 under performing in the three R's (for those that don't remember what those are, they're: reading, 'riting, 'rithmetic)? Maybe schools can up those stats by getting rid of the computers, i-pads, and all those other CRUTCHES and concentrate on some good 'ol basic teaching and come under budget? Or is that too easy?
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