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As the Mercatus Center at George Mason University points out.

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Other than Switzerland the United States spends more money per pupil (ages 6-15) than any other country – $91,700.  Yet many countries that spend far less perform better.

Perhaps it’s time to drop the “we need more money” argument?

HT: Big Government

Originally posted at American Principles in Action

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