A Tale of Two Worlds

As President Obama urged members of Congress to invest more money in our education system, New Hampshire’s newly elected House of Reps is doing the exact opposite.  Yesterday, HB 39 found its way to the House Education committee.  This bill proposes elimination of arts education, world languages, health education, technology education and information and communication technologies from the list of subjects included in the definition of an adequate education. 

Elimination of ….what?!?!?  When was the last time that these morons talked to a student who struggles with math and only attends school because he looks forward to his 5th period art class?  How about the “A” student who can’t get in to Boston College because she was never offered a world language course in high school?  This is a joke, right??  Wrong!

As our state goes to hell in a handbasket, these freshman lawmakers are trying to prove their worth by making a mockery of our education system.  This article outlines the frightening plans of how they are looking to make the “necessary” spending cuts to improve our economy.

Hold on, New Hampshire, this could get ugly!!!

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1 Response to A Tale of Two Worlds

  1. Well said … I wonder if Michele Bachmann went to school in NH? Her knowledge of history is right up there with that of “she-whose-name-will-go-unmentioned.” What did Michele B tell us last night? The little known fact that “the very founders that wrote those documents worked tirelessly until slavery was no more in the United States … Men like John Quincy Adams, who would not rest until slavery was extinguished in the country.”

    It’s scary that she knows so little … but maybe equally scary is the fact that no one she knows … apparently … stopped her. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/nov05election/detail?entry_id=81734#ixzz1CBif8wBr

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