All chidren must be above average: "Now, I wouldn’t keep any school open that wasn’t doing a better than average job." That's the word from Hillary Clinton speaking on the campaign trail in Keota, Iowa.
This would of course lead to a rather rapid rate of close closings and new school openings. Would we need to build new school buildings to replace about half the schools that get closed every year? Or just fire all the teachers and hire new people into the teaching profession to replace them? Or just fire the administrators and open new schools in the same buildings but with new school names? Perhaps everyone would take a turn teaching or administrating 1 year in a new school before it got shut down for being below average.
We live in an age of denial. The evidence about child development is clear. The behavioral geneticists and psychometricians have shown us compelling evidence. But the Left can't handle it. Over the next 10 years the consequences of these advances will yield evidence down at the level of thousands of genetic variants for why some kids are below average. Will the denial continue unabated even in the year 2025? I'd like a time machine so I could look ahead and find out. I'm getting bored by the never ending stream of nonsense spewing from elite mouths.
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