Happy Fourth of July! Watch these students fail the US citizenship test…

Ain’t gubermint edumacajion grand?

Start around the 1:00 minute mark for the student interviews.


9 responses to “Happy Fourth of July! Watch these students fail the US citizenship test…

  1. 1984??????????????? And he’s being allowed to waste space in a University? Bet his parents are soooooooooooooooo proud of their little genius!

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  2. Reblogged this on necltr and commented:

    This is a most important and relevant posting. Every time see things like this, I can’t laugh. It is tragedy, not comedy. Those who roar with laughter are those who manage our education and popular culture.

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  3. Never been so happy when I proudly passed my test in 1968,

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  4. Ironically, if he went to Canada and asked the same questions, they’d all be answered correctly.

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  5. traildustfotm

    I love Waters.

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  6. [Delicious] lamb parts…….kosher or halal?


  7. When I am assigned a History course as part of my regular teaching assignment (all the other 4 courses are art and art history)….I ALWAYS give the US Citizenship test to my kids (6-8th grades) at the beginning of the year and then again at the end of the year…..I have NEVER EVER had a student even come CLOSE to “passing” the citizendhip test EXCEPT for 2- 6th-graders in different years ( first language Spanish) helping MOTHERS try to pass the citizenship test/ 🙂 This means that, my students, on the whole, study ONLY for individual gain….irregardless of grades, formal or informal approvals…etc….what means most to these students is a substantial “reward” exclusive of my approval, or grade records….or whatever….. 🙂

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