1. thedailyfeed:

Confidence in U.S. public schools plunged to a scary new all-time low — just 29 percent! And schools aren’t alone. Across the board, it looks like Americans are losing faith in institutions. 

Other record lows were recorded for the church or organized religion, 44 percent; banks, 21 percent; and television news, 21 percent.
Congress ranked last — as it has for the last three years — at 13 percent.


— ICYMI

    thedailyfeed:

    Confidence in U.S. public schools plunged to a scary new all-time low — just 29 percent! And schools aren’t alone. Across the board, it looks like Americans are losing faith in institutions

    Other record lows were recorded for the church or organized religion, 44 percent; banks, 21 percent; and television news, 21 percent.

    Congress ranked last — as it has for the last three years — at 13 percent.

    — ICYMI

    (via thedailyfeed)

    thedaily.com »

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      Plot this against fiscal support for the DOE by Congress. I bet you’ll get 1 to 1
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      Interesting. Personally my confidence of schools and church are invested from results of this study (but I left the...
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      those 29% are oppurtunists cuz i havw 0% confidence
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      institutions
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