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Zuckerberg Pours $100 Million Into NJ Education, Gets No Results September 26, 2015

Posted by geoff in News.
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Sorry, Mark, but reality is why we can’t have nice things. No matter how much money you throw at a social institution, it will never accomplish your goal:

In 2010, Mark Zuckerberg donated $100 million to Newark, New Jersey’s failing public-school system with the intention of turning around the schools in five years.

The goals Zuckerberg set out to achieve — to enact a number of reforms that would make Newark a model city for education reform — are widely seen as a failure, journalist Dale Russakoff told Business Insider.

Sadly, Zuckerberg was probably surprised at a result that was obvious to us. At least he put his money where his mouth was.

Comments»

1. digitalbrownshirt - September 26, 2015

I see it as a win since that’s $100,000,000 less he can spend on something more destructive against the country.

2. Sobek - September 27, 2015

I wonder where all the money went, asked no liberal anywhere.


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