A Hundred Percent of Nothing by Walter E. Williams

Child abuse by government is somehow ok?

Detroit’s predominantly black public schools are close to being the worst in the nation, perhaps with the exception of those of Washington, D.C. Only 4 percent of Detroit’s eighth-graders scored proficient or above on the most recent National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) test, sometimes called “The Nation’s Report Card.” Thirty-six percent scored basic, and 57 percent below basic. “Below basic” is when a student is unable to demonstrate even partial mastery of knowledge and skills fundamental for proficient work at their grade level. “Basic” indicates only partial mastery.

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