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DONALD TRUMP ANNOUNCES HIS PLAN TO ELIMINATE 490,000 TEACHER JOBS – THE MAN LOVES TO FIRE PEOPLE

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Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump’s plan to eliminate the United States Department of Education could lead to more than 500,000 teacher layoffs, according to a report by the left-leaning Center for American Progress (CAP) Action Fund.

Trump has repeatedly said the Department of Education is full of waste and has promised to cut it to “shreds.” In some speeches, he has called for the outright elimination of the department. In others, Trump has suggested that he would just drastically downsize its operations.

Outright elimination of a cabinet agency like the Department of Education, or significant cuts in federal funding to the department, would require Congressional approval. However, a Republican-controlled House and Senate could approve the large cuts that Trump has suggested during the annual appropriations process. They could also pass a standalone bill to eliminate the department entirely, although Democratic objections could make passing such legislation difficult.

If Trump and Republicans succeeded in eliminating or slashing the department, CAP researchers Will Ragland and Ulrich Boser find that the loss of federal funding provided by the Department of Education would have devastating effects on millions of students and hundreds of thousands of teachers in elementary, middle, and high schools across the country.

By eliminating the federal aid that helps schools across the country hire and pay teachers, 490,000 teach positions could be eliminated. Aid specifically targeted at schools with high numbers of low-income students would be slashed, affecting 9 million children. At the same time, 5 million students with disabilities could be affected by the elimination of funding that helps ensure they receive a high-quality, equal education.

Likewise, special funding that ensures that children in military families and children who live on Native American reservations would be eliminated. That cut would potentially lead to teacher layoffs and other cutbacks affecting 750,000 students.

http://www.greenvillegazette.com/p/donald-trump-announces-his-plan-to-eliminate-490000-teacher-jobs-the-man-loves-to-fire-people-143404/

 

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DONALD TRUMP ANNOUNCES HIS PLAN TO ELIMINATE 490,000 TEACHER JOBS – THE MAN LOVES TO FIRE PEOPLE

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Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump’s plan to eliminate the United States Department of Education could lead to more than 500,000 teacher layoffs, according to a report by the left-leaning Center for American Progress (CAP) Action Fund.

Trump has repeatedly said the Department of Education is full of waste and has promised to cut it to “shreds.” In some speeches, he has called for the outright elimination of the department. In others, Trump has suggested that he would just drastically downsize its operations.

Outright elimination of a cabinet agency like the Department of Education, or significant cuts in federal funding to the department, would require Congressional approval. However, a Republican-controlled House and Senate could approve the large cuts that Trump has suggested during the annual appropriations process. They could also pass a standalone bill to eliminate the department entirely, although Democratic objections could make passing such legislation difficult.

If Trump and Republicans succeeded in eliminating or slashing the department, CAP researchers Will Ragland and Ulrich Boser find that the loss of federal funding provided by the Department of Education would have devastating effects on millions of students and hundreds of thousands of teachers in elementary, middle, and high schools across the country.

By eliminating the federal aid that helps schools across the country hire and pay teachers, 490,000 teach positions could be eliminated. Aid specifically targeted at schools with high numbers of low-income students would be slashed, affecting 9 million children. At the same time, 5 million students with disabilities could be affected by the elimination of funding that helps ensure they receive a high-quality, equal education.

Likewise, special funding that ensures that children in military families and children who live on Native American reservations would be eliminated. That cut would potentially lead to teacher layoffs and other cutbacks affecting 750,000 students.

http://www.greenvillegazette.com/p/donald-trump-announces-his-plan-to-eliminate-490000-teacher-jobs-the-man-loves-to-fire-people-143404/

 

 

He's in for a real shock when those teachers get raises, his taxes go up, and he's indicted.

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DONALD TRUMP ANNOUNCES HIS PLAN TO ELIMINATE 490,000 TEACHER JOBS – THE MAN LOVES TO FIRE PEOPLE

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Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump’s plan to eliminate the United States Department of Education could lead to more than 500,000 teacher layoffs, according to a report by the left-leaning Center for American Progress (CAP) Action Fund.

Trump has repeatedly said the Department of Education is full of waste and has promised to cut it to “shreds.” In some speeches, he has called for the outright elimination of the department. In others, Trump has suggested that he would just drastically downsize its operations.

Outright elimination of a cabinet agency like the Department of Education, or significant cuts in federal funding to the department, would require Congressional approval. However, a Republican-controlled House and Senate could approve the large cuts that Trump has suggested during the annual appropriations process. They could also pass a standalone bill to eliminate the department entirely, although Democratic objections could make passing such legislation difficult.

If Trump and Republicans succeeded in eliminating or slashing the department, CAP researchers Will Ragland and Ulrich Boser find that the loss of federal funding provided by the Department of Education would have devastating effects on millions of students and hundreds of thousands of teachers in elementary, middle, and high schools across the country.

By eliminating the federal aid that helps schools across the country hire and pay teachers, 490,000 teach positions could be eliminated. Aid specifically targeted at schools with high numbers of low-income students would be slashed, affecting 9 million children. At the same time, 5 million students with disabilities could be affected by the elimination of funding that helps ensure they receive a high-quality, equal education.

Likewise, special funding that ensures that children in military families and children who live on Native American reservations would be eliminated. That cut would potentially lead to teacher layoffs and other cutbacks affecting 750,000 students.

Question, getting rid of the Department of Education change anything about how many teachers work in a school district? No, it just takes the federal government out of local governing.

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The DOE is unnecessary and unconstitutional. It should be shut down. The states can handle education.

How is it unconstitutional. Show WHERE in the Constitution.

The bottom line game plan. Dumb people tend to vote republican. Now isn't that what it's all about..?

 

Not too many Einstiens in the banjo states. Look who they vote for, year after year.

" banjo states" lmao

Deliverance.

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The DOE is unnecessary and unconstitutional. It should be shut down. The states can handle education.

Liberals just want the government to run everything cause they can't do it themselves..

 

 

If there were a beach and people were drowning conservatives would teach them how to swim..

 

Liberals would just hire 50,000 life guards

 

Its not in the constitution you stupid ass. Its not one of the enumerated powers which makes it unconstitutional. Jesus you are dumb.

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So what makes it " unconstitutional ?"

I'm so dumb but you can't back up your point because you have no idea what you're talking about.

 

Are you actually admitting you don't know how the Constitution works? Holy shit I knew you were an idiot but this is bad. Ok moron. The federal govt only has the power to do what's is listed in the enumerated powers. Education is not in the enumerated powers.

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The constitution outlines what the federal government can do. Anything else is left to the several states. Education, agriculture, energy, etcetera, were supposed to be left to the states to handle.

 

The Department of Education is the first thing that should go. Not only have kids been declining academically for years, teachers unions have killed budgets and forced districts to further cut programs down to bare bones. And then they have the audacity to strike.

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Are you actually admitting you don't know how the Constitution works? Holy shit I knew you were an idiot but this is bad. Ok moron. The federal govt only has the power to do what's is listed in the enumerated powers. Education is not in the enumerated powers.

Yet you say the DOE is unconstitutional but you can't explain why.

Obviously debating real topics is not your thing ..get back to your pissing match with Hound,

The constitution outlines what the federal government can do. Anything else is left to the several states. Education, agriculture, energy, etcetera, were supposed to be left to the states to handle.

 

The Department of Education is the first thing that should go. Not only have kids been declining academically for years, teachers unions have killed budgets and forced districts to further cut programs down to bare bones. And then they have the audacity to strike.

What u know about education can fit on the head of pin.

You're of the ilk that anything federal is bad and the states can handle everything. I've work for the state...they can't. They don't have the manpower nor funding.

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The Department of Education is the first thing that should go. .

Thank you Rick Perry but it's only your opinion. Guess what. It will never go,

 

Is education in the enumerated powers? Yes or no

So you can't back up your point whatsoever so now it's question time. Lol

Just admit it was your opinion albeit a stupid one.

The DOE is unnecessary and unconstitutional. It should be shut down. The states can handle education.

1. Your opinion but completely wrong,

2. It wil never be shut down

3. No they can't.

That's just discredited right wing dogma.

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I made you look stupid on this. You didn't even know about the enumerated powers. I'm embarrassed for you.

Flaccid indeed. Because you can't back up your point that the DOE is unconstitutional all of a sudden your only Hail Mary is what you think I don't know.

You're a joke.

Summarizing..

Limp dick: The DOE is unconstitutional

Me: how so ?

Limpy: Don't know but you're stupid.

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Flaccid indeed. Because you can't back up your point that the DOE is unconstitutional all of a sudden your only Hail Mary is what you think I don't know.

You're a joke.

Summarizing..

Limp dick: The DOE is unconstitutional

Me: how so ?

Limpy: Don't know but you're stupid.

 

Is the DOE mentioned in the enumerated powers? No it is not. Therefore the DOE is unconstitutional. But keep saying I'm wrong. It exposes you as the complete moron you are.

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Is the DOE mentioned in the enumerated powers? No it is not. Therefore the DOE is unconstitutional. But keep saying I'm wrong. It exposes you as the complete moron you are.

Is your inability to tell the truth mentioned in the enumerated powers?

No they are not. Therefore you are unconstitutional.

Limp dick reasoning.,

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