Wasteful Spending in American K12 Schools.
How passing tax levies hides the money, while not passing tax levies exposes it all.
K12 schools all across America are failing. They are also running out of money. These are both good things because it forces a rethinking about the brainwashing and indoctrination we have all suffered from as a result of these institutions existing. The future destruction of these abusive environments will usher in a new revolution of American education, force families to face the truth that has been hidden from them across generations, while also increasing the numbers of those who homeschool and become independent.
With that aside, in this article I want to show the American public what their tax dollars have been wasted on, while keeping in mind that this is just one small example and one small school district in Southwest Ohio. This school district has one high school, one middle school and three elementary schools. That’s it.
The proposed tax levy for the Talawanda City School District, in Butler County Ohio, as proposed on last November’s ballot (which thankfully did not pass), was seeking to tax all property owners an extra $570 per year, per every $100,000 their individual property was appraised for (home and/or business).
The failure of the levy to pass in the school district’s favor, has now led them to make cuts to their yearly school district budget. The amount of money the district is wasting on useless positions and programs is astounding. Keep this in mind—this is one small district, yet the wasteful spending is massive and they aren’t alone. This is occurring in every K12 school district in America, regardless of their political affiliations.
The two documents below show the district Superintendent’s proposed cuts (which are highlighted in green on the right-hand side), on a year by year basis. If a proposed cut is made in year one, it does not come back in the following years. If a cut is made by year three, that simply means the position was not cut in year one or year two.
If tax levies pass, these figures would never seen the light of day. With a school levy not passing, a school district is forced to publish their finances, including all of the positions and programs they don’t want the public to see.
Just take a look at how much this school district spends on useless shit, including useless positions and programs:
I did the math. Something they don’t teach in school anymore. It’s called addition.
If you add up all of the positions that could be cut, which are all of the positions and money amounts on the two sheets (excluding the TBD labels), it totals to $7,450,573.
It’s overwhelming! This is why NO ONE should ever vote for a school levy or vote to tax themselves to support their local schools EVER AGAIN! The school systems are lying to the American public about their finances, all of the time! I could go through each position and tell everyone why school districts don’t need these positions, but that would be too time consuming.
The point here is simple. These positions once never existed, yet the current times have justified school districts’ Marxist decision-making to create these positions and then pay the people who inhabit them exorbitant amounts of money. Not to mention, the useless programs and poor time-management itself that cost school districts copious amounts of money; like STEM, wellness coordinators, field trips (even out-of-state field trips), extra-circulars, bus services to sporting events, eliminating full days for kindergarten, pre-school administrators etc. etc. etc.
Make no mistake, there was a pre-determined nationwide agenda to flood the education system with money from the Federal Government during the fake pandemic, and that agenda came from the Marxist Left in this country. The ushering-in of the fake pandemic was “GREEN LIGHT GO!”
The CARES Act cash had to be spent by schools (if they accepted it, and some districts didn’t accept it) to create positions and programs that had NEVER existed before. It was designed to make the school systems overrun with Marxist programs and ideologies; and then fill those positions and programs with the very people who support them. It was all coordinated, years in advance. It was all done on purpose under the guise of “pandemic relief.”
Remember, the word Liberal means “liberal control of the government over the people. The word Conservative means “conservative control of the government over the people.” Without knowing it, anyone who supported the CARES Act cash towards K12 schools was signing their own financial and professional death warrant. Both political sides supported it, because both political sides support their perceived individual and collective control over the American people. They always have.
Parents could easily work together to create their own independent systems, clubs and groups for their school-aged children, that are 100-percent independent from the school systems themselves. Thus far, parents and students have been brainwashed into believing that only the local K12 school system can provide such “opportunities.” This has always been a lie. Families can do it better by themselves, and it’s cheaper too.
Families have the means to become independent from K12 school districts regarding a great and many things. It’s long past time for them to be physically and financially independent from American K12 school systems. It’s long past time for them to wake up.
BIO: Dr. Sean M. Brooks is the host of the podcast American Education FM and the author of several books including; The Unmasking of American Schools: The Sanctioned Abuse of Americas Teachers and Students.