Message from 21tagtmeiern in The Right Cafe #qotd


2018-06-09 23:57:13 UTC  

finland has different(read: less) demographics than the us so obviously the model would have to be altered significantly but yeah

2018-06-10 00:12:05 UTC  

None

2018-06-10 00:12:15 UTC  

Let the free market handle thay

2018-06-10 00:12:21 UTC  

That

2018-06-10 00:13:57 UTC  

yeah

2018-06-10 00:14:02 UTC  

free market can't be trusted to grant equal access to education

2018-06-10 00:14:09 UTC  

free markets fix all problems <:haHAA:357251150166228994>

2018-06-10 00:15:17 UTC  

Slavery? free markets, you're car? free markets

2018-06-10 00:15:24 UTC  

all problems solved

2018-06-10 00:18:50 UTC  

I dont think certain countries that are far down the rabbit hole should have equal access at all

2018-06-10 00:19:07 UTC  
2018-06-10 00:19:31 UTC  

i'm talking about national level right now

2018-06-10 00:21:53 UTC  

So am i

2018-06-10 00:22:17 UTC  

Really poor countries should have to send 1 ambassador of sorts to school

2018-06-10 00:22:26 UTC  

Until a certain age

2018-06-10 00:23:26 UTC  

So they either pick one within the family or they all do a test and the one that does the best goes

2018-06-10 01:00:51 UTC  

I believe making education decentralized in America with Federal support would make it better

2018-06-10 01:01:35 UTC  

lol education is a states right

2018-06-10 01:01:48 UTC  

atm the Federal government doesn't adequately allocate the resources and throws millions at shitty chicago schools that have never been decent and never will be (*blacks)

2018-06-10 01:02:05 UTC  

@21tagtmeiern even less centralized

2018-06-10 01:02:12 UTC  

federal government can allocate resources better

2018-06-10 01:02:25 UTC  

its algorithms for title i support are fucked up

2018-06-10 01:02:41 UTC  

they give too much money to the rich schools

2018-06-10 01:02:44 UTC  

I don't want my blimey property taxes helping the shitty inner city kids who will never grow up

2018-06-10 01:02:58 UTC  

the kids aren't shitty the education is

2018-06-10 01:03:05 UTC  

both

2018-06-10 01:03:26 UTC  

lol ur racism doesn't justify not giving low-income students a chance to succeed

2018-06-10 01:03:50 UTC  

So what about what i said

2018-06-10 01:04:06 UTC  

>be me
>live in a city
>absolute shit
>open enroll to a small town school
>instant improvement
🤔

2018-06-10 01:04:17 UTC  

@iwantfun i really don't understand it

2018-06-10 01:05:09 UTC  

For a country like for example brazil, Venezuela, or colombia

2018-06-10 01:05:18 UTC  

Near there

2018-06-10 01:15:56 UTC  

private, and if you want universal access, use a voucher system

2018-06-10 01:16:43 UTC  

vouchers don't work

2018-06-10 01:17:22 UTC  

What

2018-06-10 01:18:56 UTC  

Government funding based on competitive enrollment would be far better than it is now

2018-06-10 01:20:52 UTC  

>They either pick one within the family or they all do a test and the one that does the best goes

2018-06-10 01:22:24 UTC  

This is for poor country's where both the whole output of the pop cant support education for all and the individual families cant afford to stop farming or what theu traditionally do

2018-06-10 16:04:21 UTC  

Government funded, with local authorities adapting the syllabus to meet the needs of the local economy.
Only thing that central authorities do is make a syllabus for English, Mathematics and Sciences (Biology, Physics, Chemistry).
Private companies provide the testing and frameworks, with the local authorities and schools choosing which companies they pick to teach in the schools.

Private schools that also do the same, but follow their own syllabus independent of the local authorities but must meet the criteria for English, Mathematics and Sciences, with the private companies for testing also providing the standardised testing for them.

2018-06-10 16:28:13 UTC  

@NullJager Government funded schools are shown to be ineffective

2018-06-10 16:29:23 UTC  

California, with the highest government spending on education, over $50B at times, has the lowest scoring public schools