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If ignorance is bliss then our public school system should be doing a back flip while singing God Bless America Education is the second largest expenditure in the US yet we rank below many nations who dont even come close to equaling our budgeted allowance For some reason I am not a fan of the public schools of today Its not that there isnt enough funding or that the class sizes are too small There is an overall lack of other more important issues Were going to briefly look over the ways that KIDS are losing accountability how education is proctored to standardized testing and how scapegoats are taking the blame for substandard learning platforms Standardized testing is common everywhere Our system is based on tests that are given to students That is the only way that we as a nation can tabulate how our educational system is working Some concerns have been about the racially biasness of these tests Many strongly disbelieve this to be true A more serious and overlooked concern should be the reliability of the scores Just as in voting fraud is always present Often teachers cater to the tests in order to increase their own standing as seen in the Texas educational system and with SATACT tests Lets get into the second issue shall we Scapegoats are constantly being blamed for the poor performance of students If there is ever a downfall in the standardized tests scores there follows an ever-present need for blame Its our classes Its our funding Its the fact that people in Afghanistan are growing poppy for heroine The newspapers are full of excuses that are being shoveled to the American people The populations as a whole looks at the previously mentioned tests and is outraged that we could be beaten by gasp the French Who should the blame rest on The next section will answer that If there is any blame
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