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“We are also deeply troubled by provision in the discussion that would allow the Federal Reserve to use taxpayer funds to rescue failing banks, and then bill other non-failing banks for the costs.”
“Building up all the infrastructure for a proper non-failing state.”
“Here's what the current law does, in a nutshell: 1. Allow kids in failing schools to move to non-failing ones.”
“In the 19 non-failing schools, offer teachers and principals an option: In lieu of severance, they can have the building and all its contents, plus a charter to continue operating as they think best.”
“Are the vouchers limited to private schools or can a parent use a voucher to enroll in another non-failing public school?”
“This situation received some emphasis in Chapter II and will be further treated in Chapter IV, under the comparison of the failing and non-failing groups.”
“That these groups of earlier ages of entrance are comprised of pupils selected for their capabilities is shown by the successive decrease in the percentages of the non-failing as the ages of their entrance increases, up to age 18.”
“The high school graduates represent about a 1 in 9 selection of the elementary school entrants, but in this group is included as high a percentage of the failing pupils as of the non-failing ones.”
“This includes nearly 60 per cent of all the non-failing pupils, but less than 32 per cent of the failing ones have gone that early.”
“The non-failing non-graduates do not persist long in school, as compared with the failing non-graduates.”
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