Today’s highly interesting read (09/16/20): Big school spending, lousy reading scores

Today’s read is from Terence P. Jeffrey, is the editor in chief of CNSNews.com. Here’s an excerpt, then the entire column:

Nationwide in 2019, only 32% of eighth graders in public schools scored at or above proficient in reading, and only 33% scored at or above proficient in math.

Does that make you want to send your child to a public school?

There is an obvious solution to the widespread inferiority of American public schools…

Read it all here.

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