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By Mark Henry on October 26, 2016

Writer and blogger interests include Science, Religion, Politics and more.

His education page shares the following:

"Governor Gary Johnson was one of the first governors in the nation to propose and advocate a universally available program of school choice.

He did so while governing with an overwhelmingly Democrat legislature and while facing a powerful teachers’ union. He was well aware that his proposal would not be enacted and would generate fierce opposition. However, he believed it was important to raise the issue and force the teachers’ unions to defend a clearly failing status quo.

More broadly, Gov. Johnson believes there is no role for the Federal Government in education. He would eliminate the federal Department of Education, and return control to the state and local levels. He opposes Common Core and any other attempts to impose national standards and requirements on local schools, believing the key to restoring education excellence in the U.S. lies in the innovation, freedom and flexibility that federal interference inherently discourages.

As Governor, he saw first-hand that the costs of federal education programs and mandates far outweigh any benefits, both educationally and financially."

What are your thoughts? Let me know, I'm a bit divided on this currently.

Jesse "Burgerm'n" Radin I think Common Core is actually an improvement. It's the way I did math in my head when I was six. The whole reason the US fails is our math is touchy-feely bullshit, where we hug every cat.

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