Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Judges Retain Grip on Little Rock School District

The panel of the Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals at St. Louis agreed on Monday with a 2004 ruling by U.S. District Judge William R. Wilson Junior that means Little Rock School district will remain under the court's supervision, as it has since 1965.

Even though when you look up "arrogance" in a dictionary you should see a picture of a liberal judge, even they should not ignore the gargantuan amount of evidence that courts are terrible at running school districts. The Little Rock schools provide an excellent example of this fact, which has been verified in judge-run schools across the country.

Little Rock schools get more than their share of the money, have tried every heavy handed and trendy liberal idea in the book, yet still perform woefully. Plus, they have been the catalyst for a healthy system of private schools popping up in Pulaski county, as well as swelling the enrollment of surrounding districts such as Sheridan. All this is a result of people with the resources to do so fleeing the disaster of judge-run schools.

Court-run schools have never worked well. Ever. Not once. So will the activist liberal judges on our own State Supreme Court take the evidence into account and back off court supervision in their Lakeview ruling? If you think they will, just look up "arrogance" in the dictionary.


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