The Plight Of The Modern Education Or Why Johnny Can'T Read

Poem By Nadalia Bagratuni

The plight of modern education,
Is much more complicated than some imagined.

You see at first,
Many people thought money was the problem,
So they robbed some from the rich to
Give to the poor,
Now they wonder what happened to their
Test scores.

With all of this social engineering,
What did they accomplish?
All they did was bring down scores,
Bring down the morale,
And bring down the level of education,
Of our great nation.

Does this make sense,
Is this wrong,
What has happened to our education?

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