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May 21, 2017

Several Baltimore schools report 0 students proficient in math, reading

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GreatEvilEmpire 11 hours ago#1
http://www.educationdive.com/news/several-baltimore-schools-report-0-students-proficient-in-math-reading/443155/

150 years as a Democrat stronghold. No Republican has been able to win an election in many decades. Schools get proper funding, but people have no idea where the money is going. Certainly not the to students.

It's time to kick these corrupted politicians out and get some new blood. It's clear they want to keep the Baltimore population dumb, and give them fee handouts so they can keep voting Democrat. Baltimore is a perfect example of what happens when it's run by enablers.
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_PandaMaster_ 11 hours ago#2
That's just horrifying.
SomeLikeItHoth 11 hours ago#3
This is what happens when Democrats are in charge of a budget.
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Crazyman93 11 hours ago#4
Baltimore shouldn't be throwing more money at the schools to fix this. They need to throw money into proper policing and community outreach. Show them that a life of education on "the streets" won't ever have a positive benefit compared to actually trying to get out of hell.

You can throw all the money at the schools you want, but no teacher can make someone care.


And you notice how every Democrat stronghold city outside of NYC and California is a worthless Cesspit of bad decisions, corruption, and incompetence. Baltimore, Flint, Detroit.
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toptopmax 11 hours ago#5
Ah, nobody actually cares about the students. They just want to dump on Democrats.

Funny how you people want people to vote Republicans, but then the Republicans want s***ty healthcare bills to pass, pass voter ID laws, and then elect Trump of all people.
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SomeLikeItHoth 11 hours ago#6
toptopmax posted...
Ah, nobody actually cares about the students. They just want to dump on Democrats.

Funny how you people want people to vote Republicans, but then the Republicans want s***ty healthcare bills to pass, pass voter ID laws, and then elect Trump of all people.

At least Trump cares about education and our veterans.
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Crazyman93 11 hours ago#7
And as an aside, Martin O'Malley was Mayor of Baltimore. f***ed that up. Then went to Annapolis to run the state. f***ed that up so hard that a Democratic lock state elected a bipartisan Republican. Then he tried to get the Democratic nomination and failed so bad that not even Maryland voted for him. His successor copped a plea deal for embezzling from the city and was generally horrible, then had the nerve to run again after the terms of her plea and say she loved the city she stole from. Following her conviction, the city council leader took over (oddly Dixon got the Mayoral position when O'Malley stepped down after being elected governor), and under her the Baltimore Riots in the wake of the Freddie Gray shooting happened during which she said "give the rioters space", then she fired the Chief of Police. Baltimore has a horrible history with elected officials.

The whole f***ing city is rotting from the brain down to the colon. They love to call themselves Charm City, but there's only one part of it that's close to that, and only during the day. Okay, to be fair that can be said of pretty much ANY city in the US, I'm sure San Francisco has s***ty areas too. As a state resident, there is nothing I'd do to avoid going anywhere near Baltimore.
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toptopmax 11 hours ago#8
At this point though, looking at the state of rural America, I don't think Republicans have much room to bash the bad democratic cities.
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Crazyman93 11 hours ago#9
toptopmax posted...
At this point though, looking at the state of rural America, I don't think Republicans have much room to bash the bad democratic cities.

I'll gladly give you that. Governor Hogan declared a state of emergency over heroin and opiate addictions. Not like a disaster one, I think it's more symbolic than anything, but it's a MASSIVE issue, my county had a video produced about heroin addiction, funded by parents who lost their son. I probably saw it three or four times by the time I graduated. Arguably, it's more impactful when it's a high school near you, or yours.

Either way, the cities have general crime, and the rural areas have drug addictions.
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Zeus 11 hours ago#10
Kinda sounds like fake news. 

Crazyman93 posted...
And as an aside, Martin O'Malley was Mayor of Baltimore. f***ed that up.


“Hello. I’m Martin O’Malley. This is what my voice sounds like. This is what my face looks like. When I was mayor of Baltimore I did such a good job they made two TV shows about my city: Homicide and The Wire.”
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alexander37 11 hours ago#11
SomeLikeItHoth posted...
toptopmax posted...
Ah, nobody actually cares about the students. They just want to dump on Democrats.

Funny how you people want people to vote Republicans, but then the Republicans want s***ty healthcare bills to pass, pass voter ID laws, and then elect Trump of all people.

At least Trump cares about education and our veterans.

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Sativa_Rose 11 hours ago#12
We really need to massively rework every level of government in this country
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Crazyman93 11 hours ago#13
Zeus posted...
“Hello. I’m Martin O’Malley. This is what my voice sounds like. This is what my face looks like. When I was mayor of Baltimore I did such a good job they made two TV shows about my city: Homicide and The Wire.”

lol Yeah pretty much. I think the current Mayor is the first one since O'Malley to take office in an election since Rawlings-Blake didn't run again after her public opinion went down the crapper.

And the original topic title may be an exaggeration, but it's not far off. Every parent that cares about their kid's future moves out of Baltimore City, so what's left is obviously the s***. The sorts of parents that Child Services would take the kids from if they were funded enough to actually care. Or not overburdened as it is.
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Sleepin_Dragon 11 hours ago#14
Out of curiosity, is Baltimore really as bad as it is depicted in The Wire?
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Crazyman93 11 hours ago#15
Sleepin_Dragon posted...
Out of curiosity, is Baltimore really as bad as it is depicted in The Wire?

Generally during the day, you're fine. The worst of it is concentrated in an area called "the block", sex shops, strip joints (We've got a Hustler club, but I'm pretty sure it ain't there.), organized crime fronts, drug dealers. Basically the worst part of the city, a few years ago they did a push on it, but at this point, that's mostly PR for the police since they've been "cleaning up the block" since the 80s. At night, just don't leave your apartment or enter the city, if you're there for a sporting event, police will probably have a presence on the fastest ways out. The Inner Harbor is safe during the day, it's the major tourist trap so of course it is, but at night, drug addicts and homeless. And the harbor it self is a polluted mess, trash floats into corners of the dock or quaysides, and no one does anything about it.
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Esrac 10 hours ago#16
toptopmax posted...
At this point though, looking at the state of rural America, I don't think Republicans have much room to bash the bad democratic cities.


To be fair, I think, rural American areas tend to be super poor because there are so few people there. Local government has very little to work with and state governments aren't going to rally to improve the rural areas when all of the tax payers and voters are in the urban and suburban areas.
toptopmax 7 hours ago#17
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.
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Zeus 7 hours ago#18
toptopmax posted...
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


Well, no, because we're talking about very different problems. It's understandable in rural communities without funding to have academic issues, but not in a major city like Baltimore. Generally speaking, you're better off being poor in a wealthier area than you are being poor in a poor area because at least the wealthier area can afford better entitlements. 

More importantly, you're completely speculating that the education is worse in those rural communities when we don't actually know that for a fact. It's possible that even rural communities with severely underfunded schools have a better result than this because, in all honesty, it's hard to believe that *any* school could have a result this bad.
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Gids_goft  attack on sight7 hours ago#20
Zeus posted...
toptopmax posted...
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


Well, no, because we're talking about very different problems. It's understandable in rural communities without funding to have academic issues, but not in a major city like Baltimore. Generally speaking, you're better off being poor in a wealthier area than you are being poor in a poor area because at least the wealthier area can afford better entitlements. 

More importantly, you're completely speculating that the education is worse in those rural communities when we don't actually know that for a fact. It's possible that even rural communities with severely underfunded schools have a better result than this because, in all honesty, it's hard to believe that *any* school could have a result this bad.

Pretty sure he's talking more than just about schools.
toptopmax 6 hours ago#21
Politicians aren't the reason why kids don't ever pay attention in class. Or why people choose to shoot up heroin.
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You guys don't care about the students, you just care about political trolling, making you even worse than the politicians running the city.
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whitelytning 6 hours ago#23
toptopmax posted...
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


Stop being realistic. This thread is about using a probably fake stat to push a political agenda to try to make the party TC doesn't like look bad. Obviously the political party dominating the state is more directly responsible for children's education than the children, their family, their teachers or the administration.
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Gids_goft  attack on sight6 hours ago#24
whitelytning posted...
toptopmax posted...
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


Stop being realistic. This thread is about using a probably fake stat to push a political agenda to try to make the party TC doesn't like look bad. Obviously the political party dominating the state is more directly responsible for children's education than the children, their family, their teachers or the administration.

TC and people like him only make these kinds of topics because they want to shine a light on cities with a black majority. They don't actually care, it's only because they want to mock black people and the Democrat mayors they elect. They never mention the Governors of the states those cities reside within cause that just muddles up the narrative because it's apparently perfectly fine to have cities detrimental outcomes that lay within Republican strongholds if only because they got to mock black people. Nevermind the fact that those same people have shown time and time again that city rights mean absolutely nothing when compared to state's rights, just as long as it's black people they can s*** on then it's perfectly fine.
averagejoel 6 hours ago#25
Zeus posted...
toptopmax posted...
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


Well, no, because we're talking about very different problems. It's understandable in rural communities without funding to have academic issues, but not in a major city like Baltimore. Generally speaking, you're better off being poor in a wealthier area than you are being poor in a poor area because at least the wealthier area can afford better entitlements. 

More importantly, you're completely speculating that the education is worse in those rural communities when we don't actually know that for a fact. It's possible that even rural communities with severely underfunded schools have a better result than this because, in all honesty, it's hard to believe that *any* school could have a result this bad.

yes - in fact, it's literally impossible to believe. which is why I'd like TC to show a different source confirming it
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Kineth  BLM sympathizer6 hours ago#26
Gids_goft posted...
whitelytning posted...
toptopmax posted...
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


Stop being realistic. This thread is about using a probably fake stat to push a political agenda to try to make the party TC doesn't like look bad. Obviously the political party dominating the state is more directly responsible for children's education than the children, their family, their teachers or the administration.

TC and people like him only make these kinds of topics because they want to shine a light on cities with a black majority. They don't actually care, it's only because they want to mock black people and the Democrat mayors they elect. They never mention the Governors of the states those cities reside within cause that just muddles up the narrative because it's apparently perfectly fine to have cities detrimental outcomes that lay within Republican strongholds if only because they got to mock black people. Nevermind the fact that those same people have shown time and time again that city rights mean absolutely nothing when compared to state's rights, just as long as it's black people they can s*** on then it's perfectly fine.


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CreekCo 3 hours ago#27
Gids_goft posted...
whitelytning posted...
toptopmax posted...
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


Stop being realistic. This thread is about using a probably fake stat to push a political agenda to try to make the party TC doesn't like look bad. Obviously the political party dominating the state is more directly responsible for children's education than the children, their family, their teachers or the administration.

TC and people like him only make these kinds of topics because they want to shine a light on cities with a black majority. They don't actually care, it's only because they want to mock black people and the Democrat mayors they elect. They never mention the Governors of the states those cities reside within cause that just muddles up the narrative because it's apparently perfectly fine to have cities detrimental outcomes that lay within Republican strongholds if only because they got to mock black people. Nevermind the fact that those same people have shown time and time again that city rights mean absolutely nothing when compared to state's rights, just as long as it's black people they can s*** on then it's perfectly fine.


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Iodine 3 hours ago#28
SomeLikeItHoth posted...
toptopmax posted...
Ah, nobody actually cares about the students. They just want to dump on Democrats.

Funny how you people want people to vote Republicans, but then the Republicans want s***ty healthcare bills to pass, pass voter ID laws, and then elect Trump of all people.

At least Trump cares about education and our veterans.

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Crazyman93 1 hour ago#29
Zeus posted...
in all honesty, it's hard to believe that *any* school could have a result this bad.

It's also hard to believe that a city would switch from another city's confirmed safe water supply for a river and either not test it for toxicity, or ignore the fact that it's probably toxic.
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The Admiral 58 minutes ago#30
This is what decades of uncontested Democratic control predicated on forcing victim rhetoric onto voters will do. You tell people the system is racist and rigged against them, those people stop putting in effort, develop a disdain for authority, and resort to other means to make it. No better way to ensure someone will never be successful in life than to convince them that they're oppressed and need the government to save them.
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treewojima 55 minutes ago#31
hey, a city run by Democrats did a bad thing

did i mention that they're Democrats? 

oh, by the way, its their own fault for voting Democrat

... Democrats
GreatEvilEmpire 51 minutes ago#32
Gids_goft posted...
whitelytning posted...
toptopmax posted...
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


Stop being realistic. This thread is about using a probably fake stat to push a political agenda to try to make the party TC doesn't like look bad. Obviously the political party dominating the state is more directly responsible for children's education than the children, their family, their teachers or the administration.

TC and people like him only make these kinds of topics because they want to shine a light on cities with a black majority. They don't actually care, it's only because they want to mock black people and the Democrat mayors they elect. They never mention the Governors of the states those cities reside within cause that just muddles up the narrative because it's apparently perfectly fine to have cities detrimental outcomes that lay within Republican strongholds if only because they got to mock black people. Nevermind the fact that those same people have shown time and time again that city rights mean absolutely nothing when compared to state's rights, just as long as it's black people they can s*** on then it's perfectly fine.


No, you're just making an excuse for this type of behavior. Making a excuse for what is acceptable and then turn a blind eye to it.

You don't know that I lived in Brooklyn for over 20 years, where I witnessed first hand how a city can improve under a different type of government. New York City had a lot of crime problems in the 80's and 90's. Go watch The Warriors movie to see that state of the neighbors and subways. As much as people hate Giuliani, the helped turned the city around by being tougher on crime and improving neighborhoods. Then it was taking over by Michael Bloomberg, another Republican mayor.

The biggest problem isn't just enabling politicians, but also the teacher's union. A bunch of incompetent people who is scared of being tested themselves because they're not good teachers to being with. Sometimes, education just amounts to daycare, instead of an education facility. Things need to change and you if you ignore the problems, nothing will change.
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DarthAragorn 51 minutes ago#33
Gids_goft posted...
whitelytning posted...
toptopmax posted...
My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


Stop being realistic. This thread is about using a probably fake stat to push a political agenda to try to make the party TC doesn't like look bad. Obviously the political party dominating the state is more directly responsible for children's education than the children, their family, their teachers or the administration.

TC and people like him only make these kinds of topics because they want to shine a light on cities with a black majority. They don't actually care, it's only because they want to mock black people and the Democrat mayors they elect. They never mention the Governors of the states those cities reside within cause that just muddles up the narrative because it's apparently perfectly fine to have cities detrimental outcomes that lay within Republican strongholds if only because they got to mock black people. Nevermind the fact that those same people have shown time and time again that city rights mean absolutely nothing when compared to state's rights, just as long as it's black people they can s*** on then it's perfectly fine.

Crazyman93 posted...
And as an aside, Martin O'Malley was Mayor of Baltimore. f***ed that up. Then went to Annapolis to run the state. f***ed that up so hard that a Democratic lock state elected a bipartisan Republican. Then he tried to get the Democratic nomination and failed so bad that not even Maryland voted for him. His successor copped a plea deal for embezzling from the city and was generally horrible, then had the nerve to run again after the terms of her plea and say she loved the city she stole from. Following her conviction, the city council leader took over (oddly Dixon got the Mayoral position when O'Malley stepped down after being elected governor), and under her the Baltimore Riots in the wake of the Freddie Gray shooting happened during which she said "give the rioters space", then she fired the Chief of Police. Baltimore has a horrible history with elected officials.

The whole f***ing city is rotting from the brain down to the colon. They love to call themselves Charm City, but there's only one part of it that's close to that, and only during the day. Okay, to be fair that can be said of pretty much ANY city in the US, I'm sure San Francisco has s***ty areas too. As a state resident, there is nothing I'd do to avoid going anywhere near Baltimore.

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Crazyman93 50 minutes ago#34
The Admiral posted...
You tell people the system is racist and rigged against them

If it's racist, how come the majority of the Baltimore City Council, and all of Flint's City Council, is black?
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Waluigi7 49 minutes ago#35
Crazyman93 posted...
The Admiral posted...
You tell people the system is racist and rigged against them

If it's racist, how come the majority of the Baltimore City Council, and all of Flint's City Council, is black?

Nobody says that it's racist, Admiral was strawmanning.
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sktgamer_13dude 48 minutes ago#36
Crazyman93 posted...
The Admiral posted...
You tell people the system is racist and rigged against them

If it's racist, how come the majority of the Baltimore City Council, and all of Flint's City Council, is black?

Whoa now, he's gonna be seeing red with rage knowing that. 

Don't say the "b" word around Admiral.
deltadan 48 minutes ago#37
Gids_goft  attack on sight45 minutes ago#38
Addy will always talk s*** about how Democrats take advantage of majority black cities use fear mongering and disdain of white people in order to maintain their stronghold of those places while at the same time denying that the Southern Strategy even existed. He's just like the TC; doesn't actually care, he just wants to mock black people.
Nomadic View  tear this gooby up37 minutes ago#39
Crazyman93 posted...
The Admiral posted...
You tell people the system is racist and rigged against them

If it's racist, how come the majority of the Baltimore City Council, and all of Flint's City Council, is black?


Being black doesn't make the Council impervious to exploitation of misconceptions.
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Crazyman93 36 minutes ago#40
Nomadic View posted...
Being black doesn't make the Council impervious to exploitation of misconceptions.

So it isn't racism, it's just general corruption/incompetence.
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Nomadic View  tear this gooby up32 minutes ago#41
Crazyman93 posted...
Nomadic View posted...
Being black doesn't make the Council impervious to exploitation of misconceptions.

So it isn't racism, it's just general corruption/incompetence.


More than likely, yes.
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Crazyman93 30 minutes ago#42
Nomadic View posted...
Crazyman93 posted...
Nomadic View posted...
Being black doesn't make the Council impervious to exploitation of misconceptions.

So it isn't racism, it's just general corruption/incompetence.


More than likely, yes.

Okay, just making sure. I agree with Admiral a lot, but he's wrong on this one.
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Annihilated 30 minutes ago#43
Crazyman93 posted...
The Admiral posted...
You tell people the system is racist and rigged against them

If it's racist, how come the majority of the Baltimore City Council, and all of Flint's City Council, is black?


Do you realize you just literally proved his point?
hockeybub89 29 minutes ago#44
That is a shame. Public schooling does need an overhaul after all.
hockeybub89 23 minutes ago#45
The Admiral posted...
This is what decades of uncontested Democratic control predicated on forcing victim rhetoric onto voters will do. You tell people the system is racist and rigged against them, those people stop putting in effort, develop a disdain for authority, and resort to other means to make it. No better way to ensure someone will never be successful in life than to convince them that they're oppressed and need the government to save them.

That fictional world does sound like a nightmare. Thankfully cities like that don't exist in America. I think it is a bit insulting to black people that you think they are this ready and willing to stay stupid and poor just because the evil white Democrat tells them to. But I guess you can post one of those links that proves they are naturally unintelligent again.

You are such a racist clown, just like those patronizing SJWs.
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FrankIin 23 minutes ago#46
Annihilated posted...
Crazyman93 posted...
The Admiral posted...
You tell people the system is racist and rigged against them

If it's racist, how come the majority of the Baltimore City Council, and all of Flint's City Council, is black?


Do you realize you just literally proved his point?


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Southernfatman 20 minutes ago#47
Oh yeah, if there's a group that wants to fix the educational system, it's the Republicans.
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DogeCoin5 12 minutes ago#49
Crazyman93 posted...
Baltimore shouldn't be throwing more money at the schools to fix this. They need to throw money into proper policing and community outreach. Show them that a life of education on "the streets" won't ever have a positive benefit compared to actually trying to get out of hell.

You can throw all the money at the schools you want, but no teacher can make someone care.


And you notice how every Democrat stronghold city outside of NYC and California is a worthless Cesspit of bad decisions, corruption, and incompetence. Baltimore, Flint, Detroit.


A major difference is NYC and California have strong capitalist economies.
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    HiddenRoar 39 minutes ago#51
    Gids_goft posted...
    whitelytning posted...
    toptopmax posted...
    My point being that its not a matter of Republican or Democrat politicians causing problems in these communities. I think their problems go beyond politics.


    Stop being realistic. This thread is about using a probably fake stat to push a political agenda to try to make the party TC doesn't like look bad. Obviously the political party dominating the state is more directly responsible for children's education than the children, their family, their teachers or the administration.

    TC and people like him only make these kinds of topics because they want to shine a light on cities with a black majority. They don't actually care, it's only because they want to mock black people and the Democrat mayors they elect. They never mention the Governors of the states those cities reside within cause that just muddles up the narrative because it's apparently perfectly fine to have cities detrimental outcomes that lay within Republican strongholds if only because they got to mock black people. Nevermind the fact that those same people have shown time and time again that city rights mean absolutely nothing when compared to state's rights, just as long as it's black people they can s*** on then it's perfectly fine.


    Probably because Governors and Mayors usually don't share the same f***ing duties. 
    And in the case of Baltimore, 4/5th of the City Council's Education Subcommittee is chaired by democrats, and the mayor oversees the public school system.


    http://www.baltimorecityschools.org/Page/24385
    Click PARCC results and compared the schools that are named to the stats.

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