Private vs. Public Education
FBN’s John Stossel sounds off on the education problems facing America.
- Duration 8:13
- Date Mar 29, 2012
FBN’s John Stossel sounds off on the education problems facing America.
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John -- sort of more emissions fossil good morning Imus scenario.
Excellent outcome the only -- show once -- I -- all I can do are not as Smart as you and quickly as you how law out of the -- writing program.
-- So how -- tried to get senator more than launched.
He asked me to do more and it.
I takes me a week to figure out what it's going on and what's -- saying some if you could just say it right away I want to read what other people fought them.
Think about -- sort of -- a shuttle night.
I do I'm excited about this one 'cause.
Our -- -- out different.
But -- you are excited or you're just -- and enthusiastic about it but you're -- literally excited.
While there are a few topics are excited about and this is one I'd tell me.
Education they're finally breaking the strangle hold of the government monopoly.
And I went to schools for the kids were excited about -- up here in Harlem going to a fourth grade class and saying my usual.
Prompt the kids to tell me how boring school is schools boring reading is difficult.
It's difficult to know it's not boring it's exciting they make it exciting here.
And on Pensacola.
It's one of these charter school and I don't claim that all the charter schools are good or even claim to know what to school does they have tricks like they have the teachers were an earpiece.
-- -- master teacher sits in the back of the classroom and give some tips from time to time a lot -- daughter has he changed -- And other schools try different things but what and they keep them in school longer -- adults but.
By allowing competition in this charter knows if parents don't want to send their kids that at school.
They're out of -- that's and that makes you try harder in the government monopoly.
You're never out of business and you don't try harder.
-- -- number bear right so right about everything.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- Won't name as a funder of the -- -- -- -- school lesson on Tony sentiment.
And finds that everyone dies so does bother some on every home school while they -- order -- go to Texas capital committed adults up -- But -- -- -- -- almost over the past.
Three years by the sovereign cold cure is due equality justice model zionism marvelous.
Organization -- -- today do everything reported a full report also.
Has interests and his total learned anything -- school where I was just stupid.
His interest -- learning.
Now is off the charts -- have never -- to say anything to -- about ever bought homework or anything else -- learning so much more personal.
-- I I always find their remarkable home schoolers do really well and they acquire the social skills still and they outperform.
Refreshed to government school kids and so many ways but -- Dierker home schooled means you wouldn't -- is supposed to be -- you know.
Not some company.
Now that's ridiculous all the we're not qualified all school friend were made -- -- are we qualified educational in order we have the temperament.
So nobody but a day higher rhythm and -- gray has a great teacher and has -- -- issues are -- rodeo teacher.
Has agreed piano teacher has a -- regular teacher on on site and also editor -- on a monument issues.
This puts -- on you know Luxembourg and during -- that you -- -- -- I sent my kids of one of those east side schools tuition about 25000.
Dollars a year now and forty now about one is criminal.
And I would say most of those kids were alerts and eager to learn in this Harlem school they all seemed alert -- eager to learn there weren't worried about.
-- Gucci bags or what.
From the corporate -- -- whatever I just think that that the experimentation.
The competition that's happening now is a letting a thousand flowers bloom and that's great.
Are you -- digression earlier following a super -- argument over the helped along.
I am mainly because O'Reilly had me on the talk about it and it was -- -- on the first day of the testimony -- that the people I think who are the best predictors are the -- who bet their own money.
And on the futures markets it was at 35% chance of it being overturned when -- barrel on Powell -- also international law.
By the end of the day was -- 55%.
When you're gonna -- do you think you care of our investment results wants to have you there that's affordable.
To -- what he thinks.
-- -- watch -- multi allies like he he asks before you go on what's jostling about that now.
And -- so he knows what I think and then I think you're right he doesn't care he just wants to pound on me about what basics like we don't 300 guests ever.
-- no I noticed that but I don't that I have no idea what I'm gonna ask him and I don't know what to insurance now.
Sort argues that -- boarding an -- of the -- are talking about.
The health care mandate which -- it was a great idea were not unconstitutional what do you.
I think the whole -- as an affront to a free society and the problem with health care is too much government in the first place and other people -- -- doctors don't even know what things cost.
The patient doesn't ask.
The only place where you have a market is where you pay yourself like -- -- -- surgery.
What's -- -- plastic surgery what's happening there the prices are coming down.
The waiting rooms are nice the doctors give you their cell phone numbers because they want to please the customer.
Else entirely different 'cause it's a market won't whatsoever would be better.
-- If insurance companies were allowed to -- competed for -- all across the country and every state.
Absolutely and if insurance -- uses it's meant to be for the emergency.
For everything that for routine checkups and but he had a health savings accounts these space year old money in the small stuff and had the insurance for the heart attack what -- you can't afford to.
One of a -- forty million people -- What we don't have an -- on for stamps or whatever over export led him well we have a safety net and America and can we -- has Medicaid okay.
That's enough there are growing.
She -- I want drug.
And largely Roman consul Texans.
There are about a month ago wanted to blocked off or some number of fundamental -- her -- about it one.
And -- and MI charged our remit not a no to culprit once so I sent to them well just.
A -- -- -- -- -- -- -- They're not more.
It's expensive partly because we've always had third parties paying and nobody asks what it costs or -- so when people who don't have an insurance go.
Other than the people who can afford it my ideal I think -- should disenchantment.
Where should help people -- candle and so.
But who pays for the people who actually could -- -- and they don't.
-- -- -- Trove if they could pay for at the hospitals and some of the bill and we may be garnish -- their wages we have mechanisms for them promotion -- market aren't -- -- It's interesting where they have health savings accounts weird things happen -- doctor's office of the patient goes in just ask what what's this cost well nobody's asked before.
300 dollars -- campaign cash myself.
Can I pay less you mean you're paying cash now.
I mean we'll get the money today okay.
150 bucks I don't know where to put that they've never had a cash box for forty years if our trying to -- a bearish dollars Arab audience -- -- an -- out.
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Abdullah -- is called Stossel but the topic -- Also -- -- arm around -- massive thank you very much thank you John -- -- international -- programs and I'm not -- talked.
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