I inadvertantly crossed two thoughts, with the result that part of my
post says precisely the opposite of what I meant.
>Seeking to increase wisdom, however, in a society in which
>education is failing and disintegrating in markedly inverse proportion
>to the amount of money poured into it, is (er..) challenging, to say
The relationship between failing schools is in *direct* proportion to
the moneys "invested." It is student performance and outcomes that have
been worsening as more money is poured in. That's the *inverse* part of
my statement. Net result, you don't have much of a chance to teach
students wisdom when you can't even teach them to read, and the more
money thrown at it, the worse it gets.
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