Wednesday, September 30, 2015

"A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand!"-Mr. Carter

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin., #6, 14504-108 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5N 1G8

September XXXth, MMXV

Hon. Dave Eggen, B. Ed., MLA, Minister of Education, New Democratic, Edmonton-Calder

Dear Dave:

When you get right down to, Congressman Buddy Carter of Georgia has the right idea that the topic area for students that they aren't getting prepared properly for the working world, as well as other post-educational endeavours. He is right to believe that too much bureaucracy can cause problems as well. I know that is a tenant of the NDP & socialism, as well as commie pinko based societies & governments, but a balance between the ideas for student administration of the left, centre, & right has to be worked out. Plus, students need more help so they can do well on both assignments, as well as in achievement tests. This is what Buddy believes for Georgian & American students too.

"Education decisions are best made by those closest to the student: families, teachers, communities in states. While the federal government's involvement in elementary & secondary education is at an all-time high--including a four-hundred percent increase in the last thirty years--student achievement has not budged. In fact, American students are falling behind their international competitors."

Port Wentworth,


Source: Congressional Representative Buddy Carter, Republican-Georgia, The Ist District.

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