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“Declining education productivity disproportionately harms the poor. …unlike their…

"Declining education productivity disproportionately harms the poor. …unlike their...

“Declining education productivity disproportionately harms the poor. …unlike their affluent peers, low-income parents lack the resources to overcome weak quality by home-schooling their children or hiring private tutors. Over the last 30 to 40 years, the United States has invested heavily in education, with little to show for it. The result is a society with more inequality and less economic growth; a high price.”

Money Won’t Save the Failing Public School System | Daniel J. Mitchell

“Sadly, the government seems to be most inefficient in areas where we all hope for good results. Education is a powerful (and sad) example.”

https://fee.org/articles/money-wont-save-the-failing-public-school-system/

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