Publius investigates the premises behind the McGuinty government's efforts to keep its young victims inside the ingeniously marketed employment and patronage program that we know as public education. Young people with better things to do than sit in a classroom are to be fined or denied drivers' licenses for reducing employment opportunities for graduates of teachers' colleges.
This might be seen as a confession of weakness on the part of the government, admission that they cannot persuade about a third of each cohort of teenagers that what they provide is of value to them. I think it's probably worse. Given that Liberals are one of the more statist of the mainstream political parties, it seems just as likely that these penalties reveal their deepest understanding of the human mind.Read on.
The London Fog is proud to beat the provincial 30% average with our mighty 40% dropout rate.
Thursday, December 14, 2006
Posted by Mike on Thursday, December 14, 2006