TOLFA Segment 12, Question 1

Obviously, the government school system is broken. Can it be fixed, and if so how? No, it's totally hopeless. It will disappear when government does, and in the meantime there's no need to fix it - just abandon it, home schooling children where possible.
Yes, it can be much improved. Dozens of other countries have government schools delivering better results than we are, so clearly there is hope. One way would be to make the whole system national instead of local, funded by Federal taxes and managed from Washington, and with incentives to school principals based on pupil test results.
The premise is false; the system is not broken at all. It's doing exactly what it was designed to do: to dumb down the bulk of the population, to keep it servile. No fix is needed.

Don't hurry away; even when you've got the right answer, try clicking on the others to see why they are wrong! Then when you have correctly answered this make notes in your student notebook, go to Question 2.

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