It looks like Hillary Clinton has updated her infamous “it takes a village to raise a child” line for 2016, and somehow makes it sound worse.

Now it’s education is the “most important non-family enterprise in the raising of the next generation”:

Scary. Plus she heaped praise on Common Core and standardized testing:

Transcript via The Federalist:

And a lot of states, unfortunately, haven’t had that. They do not understand the value of a core in the sense, a Common Core, yes, of course, you can figure out the best way in your community to try to reach — but your question is a larger one. How do we end up at a point where we are so negative about the most important non-family enterprise in the raising of the next generation which is how our kids are educated?

But Hillary’s support of Common Core shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone:

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