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  1. That argument would have more merit if over the course of the last 40 years, the federal government took the funding of the public education system in this country as seriously as it should be. As it is, though? That dog don't hunt.
  2. Also, you aren't very good at the Socratic Method.
  3. I'm alright with that. Split the GOP in two and ensure that Democrats win every major election for the foreseeable future.
  4. If you want a number, fine: using the 2020 budget, take 10% out of the defense budget and add it to the education budget. There's your starting point.
  5. Start with "more than now", and go from there.
  6. The assumption in this thread that someone is going to be tied to a single job/career path is interesting, as is the thought process that less education is somehow acceptable. Schools should be offering much more in terms of career, technical and vocational education and training, but as a part of a well-rounded education, not in place of it. Also, be mindful that in order to offer this type of well-rounded education, this proper education, that public education should be funded fully as such.
  7. 2 This would work better from a social and emotional standpoint after the traditional 12th grade, but I wouldn't be opposed to it.
  8. So, basic rundown of what I think is happening, and what will happen.
  9. Downloaded Hades last night and will give it a go to see what all the fuss is about.
  10. Maybe not scrap it completely, but it absolutely needs to evolve, as so far, in 3 years, it hasn't made any sort of a dent in the Big Ten.
  11. May it eternally rest in peace next to the PESO.
  12. Oh, they have improved the past couple of seasons, but incremental increases in things like "per play efficiency" are getting to be not enough, particularly when you're still giving up 30 points and 400 yards a game. Make no bones about it, the offense is still the (much) bigger of the two (three?) problems with this team. However, don't let the idea that one dumpster fire isn't as bad as the other just because it isn't as large get into your head.
  13. This would indicate that there is some sort of hubris and reflection going on in the coaches offices. I wouldn't hold my breath, folks.
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