Oregonians Should Propose A Bill To Completely Defund Their K-12 Education System

I mean, what’s the point of even having schools there now?

From where I’m sitting, Governor Kate Brown is openly saying that minority students are too stupid to teach so they are going to eliminate the proficiency tests in math and reading, shove them out the door and let them become societies problem.

Two of the three main reasons kids go to school for in the first place.

Hey Kate, you remember the Three R’s?

Readin’, Ritin’ and Rithmatics?

Apparently not.

Then there is this clown,

Charles Boyle, the deputy communications director from Brown’s office, told the paper in an email that staff from the governor’s office informed legislative staffers about the bill’s signing on the day it was passed. He also said that the new standards for graduation will help benefit the state’s “Black, Latino, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islander, Tribal, and students of color.”

That has to be in the top five of the most racist statements I have ever heard come out of a politicians mouth in my entire 61 years of life, I don’t care how politically correct he tried to make it sound.

He just said out loud that if you aren’t white, we aren’t going to waste our time with it.

I can’t believe the Woke crowd hasn’t lit that whole regime up like a neon sign for that shit.

I’ll tell you what, I was in the very first year they started requiring proficiency testing to be able to graduate in Oregon and I came within a cat’s whisker of not graduating at all because my Freshman math teacher told us that after we took his class we would never have to take another math class.

I made the mistake of taking that as gospel.

Come my Senior year, after I had dropped out my Junior year and missed an entire year before I went back, I found out that I hadn’t completed one single competency test in math so there was no way I could graduate unless I did them all in one year.

I had remedial math classes out the ass my senior year and double testing because I had the tests for the class and then tests for the competency requirements.

I didn’t retain a damn bit of any of it. Study for the immediate test and then concentrate on studying for the next one .

Over and over and over again, all year long.

So now?

Meh, never mind, just hurry up and get the hell out.

They can consider themselves lucky that I don’t have a kid enrolled in any of their schools because I would personally see about making their lives as miserable as legally possible.

Just like they did for me.

Cock suckers anyway.

3 thoughts on “Oregonians Should Propose A Bill To Completely Defund Their K-12 Education System

  1. It will improve their “graduation rate”.

    Which might backfire on them — I read an article a few weeks ago that said one of the reasons for Oregon’s “low” graduation rate (83%) was that class sizes were “almost 20 students”, which “showed” a need for more teachers. A rate of 100% puts the lie to that.

    And “almost 20 students”?
    When I was in school, our classes were 30+, and everyone in my class graduated. We didn’t have proficiency tests, but we had credit requirements, which you satisfied by passing a minimum number of classes in various subjects.


  2. I worked at a community college here in Oregon and dealt with athletes. Contrary to popular opinion most athletes that come to college are the best and brightest of the population. None of the incoming college freshman were prepared to take college courses. Their reading, writing, math and critical thinking skills were non-existent. This is when they had proficiency tests. College courses are also very easy, it was and is a complete failure of education.


  3. This is what myself and a couple friends have been saying. Cut off school funding at this point. This new law doesn’t contain an ounce of logic behind it, hence the signing of it by the Governor a while back with no announcement, and the Governors refusal to comment on it.


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