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The “Not-So-Great” Society: Federal Failure to Improve Opportunities for Low-Income Children—and a Better Solution
You’ve heard it before. “Federal education programs help poor kids succeed.” “Conservatives don’t care about poor kids’ education.”
But is that true? What do unbiased studies show about federal education spending on poor kids? And is there a better—more caring—method to provide better learning opportunities to children from low-income families?
We asked one of America’s leading experts to give you the answers in one engaging, 30-minute video lecture. That expert is Lindsey Burke, Ph.D., Director of Education Policy at the Heritage Foundation and an authority on the history of federal involvement in education and its impact on student outcomes.
Based on Dr. Burke’s book of the same name, this seminar will give you a fascinating tour of:
- The stunning rise of federal attempts to cure education disadvantages of poor children.
- From Lyndon Johnson, through George W. Bush, to today, you’ll understand each of the surges of dollars and bureaucrats sent into battle to “help” poor children learn more.
- The unbiased numbers that show the results of these efforts.
- A more successful and promising approach that is gaining momentum.
Don’t be shamed by liberals claiming conservatives like you don’t care about low-income children. In one short lecture, you will know the story behind the “Not-So-Great Society” the Left has created in our schools—and how we can replace it with something that works.
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