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Michael Ramirez: Sunday Essay and Cartoon
By Michael Ramirez, April 30, 2023
…The problem lies at the heart of our public education system. The government-run educational monopoly is a monolithic, unaccountable bureaucracy that is more interested in social engineering and protecting jobs, than teaching the fundamentals of education.
It is far more dangerous and harmful to children than COVID-19.
It begs the question, why are schools and teachers more concerned with progressive brainwashing, identity politics, political correctness, WOKENESS, and sexualizing children, when their students are failing in math, science and reading?
Teachers are constantly complaining about limited resources, even though our per pupil spending is fifth in the world. Perhaps, they should focus on teaching the basic pillars of education, the learning that will help students be globally competitive and successful in the future, and leave child-rearing and child development to the parents, where it belongs.
The most dangerous pathogen that threatens children today, is an educational system that promotes mediocrity and failure.
The cure is competition and accountability…
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That is a brutally brilliant caricature of Weingarten!
She reminds me of Rosa Klebb in From Russia with Love.
You’re right! That’s Lotte Lenya, the wife of composer Kurt Weill (writer of Mac the Knife from the Three-Penny Opera). She was never known as a great beauty, very rough around the edges. But she could sing! And Kurt was a delicate-looking guy with a high voice. They made quite an odd couple.
She cleaned up nice.