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Registration for Essay Contest “Tipping Point”

REGISTRATION AND BACKGROUND OF THE CONTEST “TIPPING POINT-THE PRIVATIZATION OF OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.”

The current essay we have going is on the “Privatization of our Schools.”  We are encouraging all of our students to put some thought into how the “Privatizing of our Schools” can help improve the test scores as well as keep costs low.

In 2012 In 2012, the United States ranked 35th in the world on the Programme for International Student Assessment on Mathematics, 23rd for Reading, and 27nth for Science. We currently spend on average between 15-20 thousand to educate a pupil in the public system annually-much of it comes from the property tax-and if you are in NJ, you have to fund the Abbott districts.



Further,  a new study released on Friday by the Southern Education Foundation shows that more than half of students enrolled in U.S. public schools live in poverty, a measurement that the report’s authors say places the U.S. on the road to overall social decline. They study also went on to say that 51 percent of Americas students were living in poverty

The question is ” How can the privatizing of our schools help improve performance in our students as well as ensuring that money doesn’t get “misspent?”

General essay requirements:  You must be over 18 to register, attending a two or four year University in which you will have to show your college id, essay must be 1500 wds no more than 3,000 and be registered for this site. The winner will receive $500.00 Full essay rules are here:  ESSAY RULES

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