It's enlightening to see that closer you get to a vegetable, the more the schools
will spend on you. Never mentioning their chances of getting a job after age 18/21.
It's exquisitely expensive and class A superb babysitting. We can usually thank
the parents whose bad genetics force this cost onto us.
Imagine paying this cost for 12 years in public school. There is zero chance that these vegetables will earn anything close to the expenses of their education.
I would like to see average cost of a student, and a list of those students that cost more than double the average.
Note that the list is for students costing us more than $100,000. How many students are there in the $25,000 to $99,999?
I'd certainly like to know who specifically is poisoning our genetics by allowing some vegetables to reproduce. Do we get another generation of vegetables?
It would seem more rational to cap the educational expenditure cost to $25,000 per year and deposit the difference in a bank account for their future selves. Of course, this seems like rewarding bad genetics.
We have to set a maximum to be spent on any student.
The priciest ones seem to be minimally exceptional, deaf, dumb, mute, blind, autistic, obese quadraplegics with spina bifida and scoleosis?
Help me out, I'm only guessing.
These people will need
life long care
. BUT, while they are in school,
the well paid scum in the
will suck us dry claiming that every child needs to be educated
Jobs abound (NOT) for such people.
Apparently, teaching a deaf student costs four times a hearing student. WoW! Assuming no other differences. Look in the help wanted ads for positions that require deafness, blindness, autism, spina bifida.
In fact, having a vegetable somewhere in the family is in itself, is a motivational force to run for state representative (talk to Tom Sannicandro) or state senate (talk to Karen Spilka) so one can divert more public tax dollars to aid their vegetables.
The top twenty percent of the intelligence distribution has a huge influence on whether our economy is vital or stagnant, our culture healthy or sick, our institutions secure or endangered.
Our future depends crucially on how we educate the next generation of people gifted with unusually high intelligence. Accept that some children will be left behind other children because of intellectual/physical limitations,
If I were to make a choice, I'd be investing this kind of money on the intellectual SAGE kids rather than cro-magnon, neanderthal troglodyte kids.
How about equality in funding?
"You stay here, Audrey -- this is between me and the vegetable!"
The only hope that these people have is that horseshoe crabs have lived for hundreds of million years without any brains.
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