Looks like they are just doing more of the same, showing welfare isn't the problem. Not enough welfare is the problem.
No the wrong kind of welfare giving money to parents who waste it best to give precisely food, clothes, medical and shelter for the children first and welfare for the parents second after all they had their chance. Notice in the article she gives parenting classes maybe add to that home budgeting and they could break the poverty/welfare cycle.
So do humans. Let's stop sending them there.
when the bad guys stops we will stop protecting your liberal ass.
Parents are another part lower income parents have less time as they are working multiple jobs to survive to involve themselves in the students teaching and if the wealthier parent doesn't have the time they can hire a tutor.
Although this is limited to stats for NSW schools showed the number 2 dropped 6 places this year while catholic schools in the area picked up why tutored for exam students entering that selective high school should not be there the students who should be there moved into the local Catholic schools and are still thriving raising the average there
then we have ethnic values Asians value education more than Non English speaking Europeans etc all the way down to aussie bogans and american rednecks. Now education will drive up IQ to a point but it does not mean the educated are smart creative thinkers this is something inherent in your genes and upbringing
Many factors i am sure I could go on
Is this a US definition of 'civilian' by any chance, where any male of military age is deemed a combatant?
Islamic state will make a combatant of any one old enough and strong enough to hold and point a rifle or wear a suicide vest what we consider a civilian they likely call a soldier
Do any politicians even know what the TPP says?
Translated and summarised
Bend over and take it like a prison bitch unless your really rich in which case you get your choice of prison bitch
monopolies like taxis
Monopoly - a company or group having exclusive control over a commodity or service. Which one of the 400+ cab companies in New York has the monopoly?
Whilst 400+ companies might be a monopoly in the strict sense it is due to regulation and barriers to entry I live in another country where taxi plates could cost as much as a nice house and using your credit card in any cab would incur flat $10 surcharge even if the amount was less getting a cab meant calling a cab company who had subcontracted drivers. If you used cabs often you would learn to get the phone numbers of the drivers in your area and this let you skip quite a few surcharges - sounds like uber in a before the tech for uber existed.