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#14 - Visual (05/08/2013) [-]
The problem is, m8, that the government spends money on stupid ******* kids who don't want to learn.

There is one little **** in my class who turns in everything the minute he gets it and when the teacher asks why he does literally none of the assignments, his excuse is "I'm not in a good spot at home" but he comes to school every day and just sits on his ass in the back, drawing or being a cunt, wasting our precious air in the classroom.
User avatar #211 to #14 - gorilladin (05/09/2013) [-]
its phanacts fault
#111 to #14 - mtndewisgreat ONLINE (05/09/2013) [-]
That's cool and all, but if you're going to complain about taxes you should look at see the pie chart of things your money is being spent on. Like %98 of your taxes go straight to the millitary dude, talking about government programs and public education, it is literally less that %1 of what you pay for taxes that actually is used for education
#149 to #111 - vytros (05/09/2013) [-]
I think you meant this.
#150 to #149 - vytros (05/09/2013) [-]
**** , didn't remember the size of the pic, so basically, the big yellow is Defense, while the red is Education.
#126 to #111 - xxpredatorxx (05/09/2013) [-]
>%98
#38 to #14 - anonymous (05/09/2013) [-]
How is that the government's problem? I do believe it's the parents' problem.
User avatar #65 to #38 - Visual (05/09/2013) [-]
My school even has $1800 laptop-tablets for every kid. Do you think that kid is putting it to good use? All he does is look at stupid pictures all the time to draw or play games. That's good if he wants something to do with art, but the school district didn't need to waste $1800 for him to **** around on the internet.
User avatar #83 to #65 - stallwallwriter (05/09/2013) [-]
I don't see how that invalidates spending money on all the kids who *aren't* being little ***** , the kids who I assume are the majority since you mention this one guy and not a bunch of them.
If he pisses away his education, that's his own lookout, but a handful of asshats doesn't mean it should be ruined for the others.
User avatar #97 to #83 - Visual (05/09/2013) [-]
Basically what I'm trying to get at is that we should spend more money on students who want to actually learn and stop spending money on the little ***** who don't do put any effort into school. It's just that the U.S. needs to get off it's high horse and realize that they can't force people to learn.

MONEY DOESN'T CURE STUPIDITY
#88 to #83 - Visual (05/09/2013) [-]
There's actually a lot of them actually, the numbers are staggering. It just doesn't seem that way because public schools are designed to have all their students pass with minimal effort.   
   
The students who flunk or drop out are the kind of people I just described.    
   
There are test retakes, grade repair, too many extra credit assignments, late turn-ins, and sometimes even extra, easy tests that replace the grade of a really bad one. Anyone who fails High School is both lazy and stupid because there are so many fail-safes that schools try to provide so they can get their government funding.   
   
Something is definitely wrong here.
There's actually a lot of them actually, the numbers are staggering. It just doesn't seem that way because public schools are designed to have all their students pass with minimal effort.

The students who flunk or drop out are the kind of people I just described.

There are test retakes, grade repair, too many extra credit assignments, late turn-ins, and sometimes even extra, easy tests that replace the grade of a really bad one. Anyone who fails High School is both lazy and stupid because there are so many fail-safes that schools try to provide so they can get their government funding.

Something is definitely wrong here.
User avatar #118 to #88 - zorororonoa (05/09/2013) [-]
I know what you mean when you say that there are too many extra credit and retake **** . When I was in Jr. High, specifically 7th grade I believe, in my history class, before every test the teacher would go over each question and answer in the exact same order as on the test. And I'm not talking about a review the day before. This was on the same day as the test. He would do a review with all the questions, showing us the answers in the same order, then we would take the test. You could sleep in every single class, then pay attention to that review and get an A. I loved it back then, but looking back I realize that that was ******* stupid. No one learned anything. That's the problem with public school system. It is all about scores than actually retaining information. Oh, it doesn't matter if you dont remember any of this **** , as long as you get an A on the test, you are smart. It is ******* ******** . And people wonder why a lot of freshmen struggle in college.
TL;DR public schools need to stop focusing on everyone being able to succeed, and need to start focusing on the ones that deserve to succeed get to succeed.
User avatar #64 to #38 - Visual (05/09/2013) [-]
And what are we going to do about the parent's, huh? We going to force them to teach their ****** little kid responsibility? It doesn't work that way, pal. You can't make people choose how to raise their kid, any idea what kind of ********* that would create if enforced like that?
User avatar #61 to #38 - Visual (05/09/2013) [-]
The government is still forcing themselves to pay for that kid's education when he doesn't want it and won't accept it. We could be directing that money elsewhere where it is needed. The No-Child-Left-Behind plan is a waste of ******* money because of kids like these.
#43 to #38 - anonymous (05/09/2013) [-]
exactly, it isnt the governments problem and yet we still blame them that there's not enough money, that those precious souls arent getting the education they need when in fact, they dont want that education in the first place.
User avatar #20 to #14 - awesomenessdefined (05/08/2013) [-]
So he finishes all his work and yet hasn't done any assignments? What?
#58 to #20 - Visual (05/09/2013) [-]
Sorry, didn't phrase it correctly. He turns it in the minute he gets it without doing any work. Like he gets a blank worksheet from the teacher, he turns in a blank worksheet.
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