None of your business.
When the documentary “Waiting for Superman” came out, a cousin who is a veteran teacher and administrator recommended it wholeheartedly.
Since the quote is often attributed to him but no one knows for sure who originated it and Socrates isn’t talking, I am fine keeping it close to him.
I would offer either “Firefly” or “Alien Legion” but both of those play to my interest in space operas.
Considering the contemporary material from the franchises you listed…none.
A deadman switch makes more sense. But then, when have Rip’s villains ever made sense? Lol!
And here I am thinking I was being original. Though I could probably sing it better….
I would rather students first have well maintained facilities, decently sized classrooms, good food, books that enhance the teachers’ lessons, teachers that keep their personal/ political agendas out of classrooms and safe transportation to-&-from school. The rest, in my opinion, is the parents’ responsibility. By yours (and others’) logic, taxpyers should pay for the clothes these kids wear to school, too.
“When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the user.” – Socrates.
A company is not obligated to give a raise if an employee asks. And an employee is not obligated to remain if a raise is denied.*
Shareholders take on a lot of risk. A non-shareholding employee is trading time/ skills for money; a shareholder risks money, sometimes for years at a time, with no guarantee of a return. And then those returns are taxed, sometimes twice.
*Not the thought provoking commentary you assumed. And, I deleted my original comment because I wanted to dismantle your horrible rhetoric even harder.
Public schools are funded thru taxation on commercial & residential properties in a county, not “contributions for the common good” or whatever claptrap you think it is. Those taxpayers can hire or fire county commissions and schoolboard members, as well as other controls. That’s how taxation works. Not only that, seniors – the group most likely to absorb higher taxes – often have homestead exemptions on their residential properties, lowering their tax bills.