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US Education Secretary's claim to be 'helping' K-12 students does NOT line up with reality

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One of the definitions of insanity we've all seen a lot of in the last few years is watching the people who completely screwed everything up taking it upon themselves to "fix" the problems their own policies and/or initiatives caused. 

American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten is a good example of that, and so are actions the U.S. Department of Education has taken.

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona is the latest Democrat to outline how this administration is "helping" students:

How have students fared under this kind of "help" from Biden, Democrats and teachers unions? 

Not good... not good at all: 

Cardona called it the "impacts of the pandemic" but in fact this is an impact of insane, not to mention unnecessary, policies and mandates during the pandemic:

High school students' scores on the ACT college admissions test have dropped to their lowest in more than three decades, showing a lack of student preparedness for college-level coursework, according to the nonprofit organization that administers the test.

Scores have been falling for six consecutive years, but the trend accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Students in the class of 2023 whose scores were reported Wednesday were in their first year of high school when the virus reached the U.S.

"The hard truth is that we are not doing enough to ensure that graduates are truly ready for postsecondary success in college and career," said Janet Godwin, chief executive officer for the nonprofit ACT.

The more these people "help" the worse the state of public education gets. 

The stories about the tragic state of public education are endless.

It's almost as if the top goal of lefties who mostly run public education is NOT to actually educate.

Have a good weekend everybody!

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