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Registration is not a luxury it is an economic necessity -- wanted to know.
That I am not just talked the talked.
We -- the law.
Well let the president in Columbus, Ohio bragging about his administration's efforts -- improve education.
And you gotta love the law -- language.
Talking to all those educated folks.
This administration also -- waivers by the -- -- noticed waivers for obamacare waivers for welfare work requirements.
Maybe often overlooked -- his waivers to the biggest bipartisan education legislation.
In more than a half century No Child Left Behind.
No Child Left Behind how many waivers.
-- -- -- I've gotten waivers granted exemptions from the law specifically its requirement.
That all students be proficient in reading and mathematics by the year 2014.
Are you kidding me.
And 33 states and DC can't even get close.
Why because teachers and students aren't reaching the goal of the -- legislation.
Nearly half of all schools 48%.
Of -- school.
Miss their targets under NC LB over the past school year President Obama also loves to spend taxpayer money.
But federal education spending is already quadrupled over.
-- last half century.
In the 1960s.
The government was spending -- about 2800 dollars.
Per student 4800.
Dollars per pupil.
Now all the government is spending more than 101000.
On students ten.
-- they get something for that.
American students rank fourteenth.
In reading proficiency.
I want to thank the producers from mentioning my spelling professional.
Among developing country 25 we're -- -- In mathematics.
When that -- was first administered back in 2000.
United States ranked fifteenth.
Fifteenth in reading so we have.
Improved and measurable.
In -- So we have gone backwards.
And we have managed improved by one swap in reading proficiency by the way we spend more money.
For student and any other developed nation in the study except Luxembourg.
Watson -- does.
Spend more than -- And it's really taxpayer money and property taxes that responding -- public schools.
Not the federal government.
Now that's kind uninteresting because all you hear from it seems.
Is the president.
The Department of Education.
And the -- wants to demonize the 1% in this society we've never quite figure out who they are but our public schools receive just 10%.
10% of their money.
On the federal government.
The Fed through problem.
That compares to 46%.
From the state and 44%.
Where -- 6% from the states.
And forty -- -- percent.
Now the majority of that by the -- what local money comes from property taxes so who do you think should be.
We should have the biggest say in public education's country should it be President Obama.
-- to be the department of education and the federal government should it be that teachers unions.
That -- of millions.
Of taxpayers in this country.
Who pay 90%.
Of the bill for school.
I would just offer this spot.
To both candidates.
Governor Romney President Obama when it comes to education would you please do all of us a favor.
Begin to think.
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