Throwing money at a problem is not a fix. The mentality that paying teachers more and building new schools doesn't address the problem of education in southern states.
Giving teachers raises doesn't make the kids learn. Putting them in new school buildings doesn't either.
The problem with the educational system all over this country is that the states are chasing federal money. They force kids to attend school. At first that sounds great. "MAKE EM LEARN." That's not what happens when you force kids to school.
These kids that don't want to go to school dumb down the classes and slow down the progress of those who want to learn. The states get paid per student per day. Go figure.
If your lawn is full of dandelions you can mow the grass and they'll disappear for a day or two. They'll come back just as strong and lively as ever.
When you want to rid your lawn of dandelions you have to dig them out by the roots.
Big schools, big business. Business is good but it's ruined our educational system.