Karac: What if one of the facts of which I know but is wrong is the fact that half the things I know are wrong?
cman: Let me open up and threadshiat this with a nice gem from TFA of an example of an incorrect "fact":Increased K-12 spending and lower pupil/teacher ratios boost public school student outcomes
grinding_journalist: cman: Let me open up and threadshiat this with a nice gem from TFA of an example of an incorrect "fact":Increased K-12 spending and lower pupil/teacher ratios boost public school student outcomesBy saying that this "fact" is incorrect, TFauthor is saying that simply throwing money at education will not make kids better students. Do you disagree with that?
doczoidberg: As Weird Al once told us, "Everything you know is wrong."
mainstreet62: Nothing explains the Politics tab, I'm afraid.
ghare: Yes, paying for things is simply "Throwing money at it."
sjmcc13: spending more money is not the solution, spending more money in the right way is almost always a solution for an issue.
Quantum Apostrophe: Sort of like the "facts" surrounding space...
Dinosaurs were cold-blooded. Increased K-12 spending and lower pupil/teacher ratios boost public school student outcomes. Most of the DNA in the human genome is junk. Saccharin causes cancer and a high fiber diet prevents it. Stars cannot be bigger than 150 solar masses.
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