Too frequently, although, what parents get out of this good deal isn’t what turned into promise. Instead of vibrant, lively, move-getter pupils, what we are handed again is children who’re torpid, overwhelmed down and tired of any creativity they once had. We get youngsters who are indoctrinated into political correctness — that is to say . . .
What did they do? Those tens of millions of poorly educated Americans who, as preadolescents and, later, as kids over the last 40 years, took lots less than significantly the twelve years of public training that they had been freely afforded from age six to eighteen, who ultimately strode nonchalantly across graduation levels to be . . .