Quality over Quantity: the key to public schools success
I just love it when liberals prove us right. The Center for American Progress — A Soros-funded far-left think tank — recently released a study breaking down by jurisdiction each school system’s return on investment (ROI). Their findings? The schools with the lowest average spending-per-pupil are performing the best.
Union County Schools are rated as having the best return on investment in North Carolina. They spend $7,511 per student. Weldon City Schools comes in at #112 out of a total of 115. They spend $12,185 per pupil. Halifax County came in dead last with a per-pupil expenditure rate of $9,968.
Moore County Schools come in at #27 in the study. They spend $8,036 per pupil. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools come in at #29. They spend $8,050 per student. Wake County Schools come in at #11. They spend $7,714 per pupil. Orange County Schools come in at #23. They spend $9,781 per student.
Forsyth County came in at #34 with a per-pupil expenditure of $8,604. Guilford County came in at #36 with a per-pupil expenditure of $8,684.
Keep this all in mind the next time the lefties holler about not spending enough on the kiddies.