California Teachers produce propaganda cartoon to show to kids

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Max E. Pad, Dec 6, 2012.

  1. Goebbels would be proud of this video, California teachers are among the highest paid in the nation, producing the worst results, and California already is among the highest tax states in the country, yet somehow their failure is the fault of rich people.

    If the teachers in California ever showed my kid this i would be putting them in private school immediately, these commies have simply gone insane.

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    Actual scene from the video, which is designed for kids.....

  2. pspr


    We have our own politbureau in the White House feeding us with organized propaganda. The communists are winning while America sleeps.
  3. Ed Asner (narrarator of the video) when confronted about the scene with rich people pissing on the poor, asks a fox news producer if he can piss on him too.

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  4. sadly it is true.

  5. Ricter


    Jesus, that is bad. The cartoon is wildly inaccurate in depicting the true wealth disparity between the One Percent (or the Point One Percent) and the average citizen.
  6. Hey ricter, how do you explain the fact that we spend the most of any country per student on education, yet we rank among the lowest in terms of Math, and Science aptitude tests in developed countries.

    Can you actually look me in the eyes and tell me the problem is that we arent spending enough? particularly in California?

  7. pspr


    Is that a speck of Melanoma I see growing on the top of Asner's head?
  8. Lucrum


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  9. 20th in science, and 25th in math but first in spending, that makes alot of sense, when we spend the most, clearly it has nothign to do with the teachers or the teachers union, we just need to spend more.

    Too put this in perspective, if we wanted to get the same results per dollar, we should be spending about as much money latvia or iceland on education.

  10. Ricter


    Excellent question.

    Interesting chart, but there are other very different charts. For example:

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    Then there is the achievement aspect, for example:

    So how to measure is an important decision.
    #10     Dec 6, 2012