Perhaps this is China’s secret to their public education success

Advertisements

5 responses to “Perhaps this is China’s secret to their public education success

  1. john kowalko

    There is a very, significantly small portion of mainland Chinese who even get an education let alone a successful one so let’s drop that “public education success” bulls**t.
    Representative John Kowalko

    Like

    • Publius e decere

      Maybe the representative could “Shanghai” himself to conduct primary research on Chinese education. He could take along Ohl Fingers as his scurvied orderly. Or as Henny Youngman might have said: “Take your friend — please.”

      RJKofDE: Nice (not) use of language. A true inspiration. Language which would (or should) have you in detention or “administrative leave” at a public school.

      Publius

      Like

    • lastDEconservative

      Voter Qualification Test, page 2

      13. Which of the following statements is true? Color in the oval at the correct choice. Ignore punctuation errors.

      O “There is a very, significantly small portion of mainland Chinese who even get an education let alone a successful one so let’s drop that “public education success” bulls**t.”

      O “There is a very, significantly small portion of mainstream Americans who even get an education let alone a successful one so let’s drop that “public education success” bulls**t.”

      Like

  2. john kowalko

    My, my, the petty little man, cloaked in his cowardly anonymity, (known to his closest friends as “pubie”), is now going to expand his unproven and untrue theory of public education success stories from the local wealthier and diversity challenged hallways of his pet charter to the shores of the obscenely wealthier and restricted student bodies of Shanghai, Singapore etc. in his latest failed attempt to somehow genetically merge apples and oranges into the same species (for arguments sake?). Your specious arguments are so obviously constrained by your personal agenda to belittle the American public education system in order to reinforce the lie that charters and corporate privatization are a viable alternative to the multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-socioeconomic challenges that America faces and meets every day that any reasonable and knowledgeable person must conclude that you are not a very bright person.
    That genetic flaw combined with your obvious disdain for the common child suggests that you are morally irredeemable. A “true inspiration” to the Trumpeters and Rodelites of the world seems to be your goal. Congrats petty-man you’re an unqualified success in your black-hole of a universe.
    John Kowalko

    Like

    • Publius e decere

      Black I accept. Hole I don’t.

      For a person who benefited from a privilaged school upbringing I’m surprised at your ideologic antipathy toward public schools of choice. Your benefit was unique to you? Doesn’t the public deserve equally good education?

      You were fortunate JK. Try to find a way to allow that good fortune for “others’. Or admit your own(ed) bias.

      Publius

      Like