Does anybody know exactly what the Department of Education does? The peanut farmer, President Carter in 1979, developed its existing configuration. If it hasn't had a result on graduation price why was it created in the very first location?
Let's jump in the Wayback Machine. Buckle up Sherman. Hit the switch Mr. Peabody.
The Department of Education had actually started in 1867 as the Bureau of Education. Their disagreement for a centralized department was essentially that the post civil war southern states were incapable of informing their own kids. The division was developed anyway and it was the beginning of the end of proper education in America.
It's taken a long time, however like every government division or program, it simply kept getting larger, more expensive, more onerous & invasive.
Now the Division of Education has at the very least 5,000 staff members (small by Federal standards). It has a minimum of 15 departments or offices under its control. A beaming example of one of the divisions is the Workplace of Bilingual & Minority Language Affairs.
Merely as are most things at the Federal level, they are the medicine suppliers & the states are the crack abusers. The majority of states are so desperate for money, they'll do anything for a fix. We at the state level ought to be dialing back our spending so we might inform the feds to take their crack & peddle it somewhere else.
I agree with Congressman Rogers. Where is there the Constitutional authority for it? I suspect that doesn't matter anymore. As Nancy Pelosi, the wicked witch of the west (coastline) said when asked about Constitution; Are you significant? Are you serious?
Does anybody know just what the Division of Education does? The Department of Education had started in 1867 as the Bureau of Education. Their disagreement for a centralized department was basically that the post civil war southern states were incapable of informing their own youngsters. The department was produced anyhow and it was the beginning of the end of correct education in America.
Now the Department of Education has at least 5,000 workers (small by Federal criteria.