Oregon no longer believes that it is a school’s responsibility to make sure students are able to read and write or do math. It is understandable why Oregon would pass such a law.
The more illiterate you are the more likely you will vote for Democrats. But, what I don’t understand at all is why they bother to have kids go to school at all. Look at all the money they could save.
They could have orientation in the morning and graduation in the afternoon. The bill passed in secrecy and Oregon Gov Kate Brown still refuses to talk about it.
I would expect her to say that knowing how to read, write, and do math is racist.
It does take the guesswork out of it instead of pass or fail, it is now pass or pass. Of course, the teachers will want huge raises. For years, the less they taught the more money they want. Imagine what they would want in order to pass entire classes of morons.
The Beaver State’s Democrat-dominated legislature passed a bill in mid-June, SB 744, dropping all requirements of learning anything. A diploma in Oregon will be nothing other than a participation trophy.
The first student to learn all of the letters in the alphabet will graduate with honors and the first person to get them in their correct order will be valedictorian. It will make The Squad look like MENSA candidates.
And the state’s legislative database wasn’t updated with information about her signing until July 29 — a major deviation from the usual practice of updating the site on the day the governor signs a bill, the paper said.
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The staff at the state Senate office charged with updating the site claimed that the signing update was delayed because “a key staffer who deals with the governor’s office was experiencing medical issues,” the paper reported. However, several bills that Brown signed during that same time period were all updated on the website the day the governor signed them, and email notifications were sent out to people who were tracking the bills.
No email notifications were sent when the website was updated to reflect the fact that Brown had signed the controversial bill. Legislative sources told the Oregonian that the notifications were not sent because of a “system malfunction.”