Murder trial prosecutor: Pistorius' s...

Murder trial prosecutor: Pistorius' story doesn't add up

There are 1 comment on the KEPR CBS 19 story from Apr 11, 2014, titled Murder trial prosecutor: Pistorius' story doesn't add up. In it, KEPR CBS 19 reports that:

The prosecutor cross-examining Oscar Pistorius in his murder trial Friday tried to shred his version of events the night he shot and killed his girlfriend, saying they do not add up and go against how people would react in the situation the double-amputee Olympian has described.

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#1 Apr 11, 2014
PHILLY PUBLIC SCHOOLS offer little BANG for the BUCK!~

FACT: The PHILLY SCHOOL DISTRICT is over 80% BLACK and 100% BLIGHTED!

Now for the REST of the STORY:

Despite claims by the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (PFT), more school spending does not translate to higher student performance.
The teachers union claims the state has been underfunding education and that more money would solve the school district’s problems.
The Philadelphia School District has been battling a $304 million budget shortfall all year. While the city and state scrambled to find extra money for the continually struggling school district — scraping together over $170 million in loans, grants and increased tax revenues — the PFT has refused to take any pay cuts or other work-rule concessions in negotiations on a contract that expired in August. The school district originally asked for $133 million in union concessions from the PFT and other district employee unions.
More and more state money has been going to the school district, however, and its college-bound students show little sign of improvement.
Even in the 2011-2012 school year, when President Barack Obama’s stimulus came to an end and federal money to the school district was cut, scores increased slightly. And from the 2009-2010 to the 2010-2011 school year — when the stimulus was in effect — the SAT average actually dropped even though the school district received the most basic education funding ever.
PFT likes to blame the education cuts on Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, but basic education funding from the state increased when he took office. The state simply could not fill the hole left by the drying up of federal stimulus money.
Over the past 13 years (the period for which the Pennsylvania Department of Education has SAT data), average SAT scores have remained relatively flat while school spending has skyrocketed. Verbal and math scores have remained in the 400-450 range. The highest possible score on each component of the SAT is 800.

PROOF you can’t make CHICKEN SALAD out of CHICKEN $HYT!

CRACKHEADS, CRACKHORES, THUG LIFERS, RAP CRAPPERS, HIP-HOPPERS, MAC DADDIES, AFRICAN QUEENS and the FUTURE ENTITLEMENTERS of AMERICA SUCK in SCHOOL!

The PROOF is in the PUDDIN:
http://mediatrackers.org/pennsylvania/2014/04...

GARBAGE IN = GARBAGE OUT

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