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Republicans Push Legislation Closing The Department Of Education On December 31, 2023

For even the most casual observer, the education and immigration systems in the United States are no longer working, yet both are supported by radicals demanding that even more money is directed to the various organizations and institutions.

In a recent story, the Baltimore public school system is under fire after the city said no students in 23 area schools are proficient in math, standards that are reportedly declining across Maryland.

According to Fox News, 93 percent of students in third through eighth grade tested below their grade level when it came to mathematics, the outlet reported Tuesday.

Republican Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky has reintroduced a brief bill that would do away with the U.S. Department of Education.

“The Department of Education shall terminate on December 31, 2023,” the text of the concise measure reads.

Massie contends that there is no constitutional authority for the existence of the department. “I have introduced a bill to terminate the Department of Education. There is no Constitutional authority for this federal bureaucracy to exist,” Massie tweeted.

The measure, which has been put forward in the past as well, has a good chance of passing in the US House where Republicans hold the majority. In reality, though, the bill has a near zero chance of passing the Democratic-controlled US Senate led by the corrupt and special interests-backed Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY)

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“Unelected bureaucrats in Washington, D.C. should not be in charge of our children’s intellectual and moral development,” Massie said, according to a press release.

“States and local communities are best positioned to shape curricula that meet the needs of their students. Schools should be accountable. Parents have the right to choose the most appropriate educational opportunity for their children, including home school, public school, or private school.”

Massie’s press release lists GOP Reps. Andy Biggs of Arizona, Dan Bishop of North Carolina, Lauren Boebert of Colorado, Eric Burlison of Missouri, Harriet Hageman of Wyoming, Rich McCormick of Georgia, Mary Miller of Illinois, and Chip Roy of Texas as original cosponsors.

Massie has tweeted thanks to other lawmakers for cosponsoring the bill, including, Tom Tiffany of Wisconsin, Russ Fulcher of Idaho, and Mike Collins of Georgia.

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