Skip to comments.U.S. Education Spending and Performance vs. The World
Posted on 09/11/2012 6:16:24 PM PDT by ThinkingBuddha
Weve put together this infographic that compares the United States education spend and performance versus eleven countries. The U.S. is the clear leader in total annual spending, but ranks 9th in Science performance and 10th in Math.
(Excerpt) Read more at mat.usc.edu ...
Interesting how the left loves to use statistics such as these to argue that American health care needs reform, but ignores these types of statistics when it comes to one of their own sacred cows - education spending, (not to mention teachers unions).
Should the 100 year-old US Department of Education be abolished?
The U.S. does not achieve 99% literacy rate with its students.
WOW!! The first two posts after the article set the sides. Absolutely unbelievable. Even so, I don’t believe this this study. The US appears almost competitive in some areas, and that’s ridiculous. Literacy? Give me a break. I wonder how many times other countries’ SATs have been dumbed down or recentered.
“The U.S. does not achieve 99% literacy rate with its students.”
I was wondering about that also. Perhaps we only count college graduates (4-year college, that is) when determining our literacy rate.
That would be something that the NEA would insist on.
When Barack Obama lived in Chicago, he refused to allow his children to attend Chicagos public schools
When Barack Obama lived in Chicago, he refused to allow his children to attend Chicagos public schools.
The striking public school teachers in Chicago earn $74,839 per year and they get summer off.
The U.S. Department of Education reports that 79% of Chicago eighth are graders not grade-level proficient in reading, and 80% are not grade-level proficient in math.
Chicagos charter schools are still open because their teachers are not on strike.
39% of Chicagos striking public school teachers send their own children to private schools.
...and I suspect President Obama’s kids are excellent readers.
How sad that he condemns the rest of his race to such a disastrous system, just for political gain.