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theorangeevil Said,
May 8th, 2011 @3:26 pm  

I’m guessing C. There’s no 45th Amendment, the federal government does provide funding, and I am fairly sure most states don’t refuse federal grants, which is why No Child Left Behind is so controversial.

Lawrence R Said,
May 8th, 2011 @3:54 pm  

The Fed is not supposed to be involved in the educational system. That is a “right” that they claimed for themselves. Of course, the “grants” give them greater control and lessen the states’ rights.

PatrioticAmerican Said,
May 8th, 2011 @3:55 pm  

Education should be left up to the States and the Federal Government should stay out of education. The Dept of Education in Washington DC should be eliminated so that our tax dollars can go to more necessary things.

Ron Paul in 2008.

Ryan T Said,
May 8th, 2011 @3:59 pm  

If the states were actually doing their jobs in providing free, quality public education to all students then let the Feds stay out of it. But they arent, an having a well educated population is matter of national security and competitivness

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