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Race to the Top expansion aimed at Texas?

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  • Michael 5 years ago

    So Texas would get about $75 per student, but be required to spend up to an additional $635 per student. I love government math.

  • TP 5 years ago

    This country already spends the most on education than any other country. Why should anyone think spending more is going to make a change? Sounds like more of the same to me and I'm sure the same results.

  • LC 5 years ago

    I like how they cropped that picture of Obama so that you can't see the two teleprompters he had to use to speak to an elementary school class.

  • Jenfidel 5 years ago

    Dare I mention that we are paying local property taxes out the wazoo here in Dallas where 1/2 of those funds go to the local school district, yet they're still cozying up to the Feds for more...!
    When does this nightmare end?!

  • Bill 5 years ago

    I think it is really $75 per student over 4 years, which really would be $18.75/year/student. The school year in Texas contains about 180 days of school. That means this whole program is worth about 10 cents a day per student AND that is only if the state wouldn't have taken a cut.

  • Bridgette 5 years ago

    LC, you're right! I just saw the story about the teleprompters, I guess he needs to take those everywhere.

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