Bill Gates' latest mission: fixing America's schools
While its efforts in global health are widely applauded, its record in America's schools has been more controversial. Starting in 2000, the Gates Foundation spent hundreds of millions of dollars on its first big project, trying to revitalize U.S. high schools by making them smaller, only to discover that student body size has little effect on achievement.
It has since shifted its considerable weight behind an emerging consensusâshared by U.S. Education Secretary and Gates ally Arne Duncanâthat quality of teaching affects student performance and that increasing achievement is as simple as removing bad teachers, identifying good ones, and rewarding them with more money. On this theory, Gates is investing $290 million over seven years in the Tampa, Memphis, and Pittsburgh school districts as well as a charter school consortium in Los Angeles. The largest chunk of money, $100 million, will go to...
Son of Planned Parenthood leader, conducting mass eugenics in Africa, announcing that our breath CO2, has to be reduced to 0 (zero). And the way to do this is with vaccines and reproductive control services (think Planned Parenthood and communist china). LOOK THIS ALL UP. Who applauds his global health efforts? Christians better wisen up. Quit batting your head against your shoulders like a California girl thinkin all these evil schemers are FOR YOU and YOUR GOOD.