40 percent Ohio school grads not college-ready 11 minutes
Forty percent of Ohio high school graduates weren't ready for college-level math or English when entering the state's public colleges or universities in 2012, according to new state data.
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#1 Jan 26, 2014
Maybe, after 45 years of social engineering and indoctrination, schools ought to go back to those former old tried-and-true conservative constructive productive positive, not progressive, methods of education and get rid of those dumbass diversity and multicultural and feel-good fun classes that have graduated masses of functionally-illiterate unemployable dependent Democrat dependable dumbasses. English, Math, Science and Geography are the firm foundation needed for a useful education throughout our nation.
#2 Jan 26, 2014
How much time did they and their teachers and buddies waste on Kwanzaa and MLK Day and Earth Day and diversity, multicultural and gender studies?
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