In a tweet dated January 24, Levin beckoned former Christian school attendees to contact him, so he could "hear about all experiences, including positive stories/impact about your time in school" – the implication being that Levin is much more interested in hearing negative stories, but will also perhaps throw a few positive ones into the mix for posterity.
Despite the fact that Christians already face an endless and growing onslaught of persecution from members of the Left Cult who claim to represent "love" and "tolerance," Levin apparently wants to add even more fuel to the fire by launching an attack on Christian schools – which, if we're going to open up that can of worms, are statistically far better at educating students than your average public school.
As pointed out by PJ Media's Megan Fox, who attended Christian school herself up until her junior year of high school, citing data from the National Assessment of Educational Process (NAEP), students who attend private school outperform students who attend public school in virtually every educational category.
"In grades 4 and 8 for both reading and mathematics, students in private schools achieved at higher levels than students in public schools," the NAEP says. "The average difference in school means ranged from almost 8 points for grade 4 mathematics, to about 18 points for grade 8 reading."
Chances are, Levin isn't planning to report on any of this, as it exposes the public school system as yet another big government failure. Levin probably won't discuss how identity politics is further eroding the quality of public education, churning out graduates who know nothing of actual value.
"When public school students get into colleges that take them based on 'diversity quotas,' their professors genuinely can't teach them anything but basic grammar, but even that is 'racist,'" Fox explains.
"Sentence structure and grammatical rules are now a symbol of white supremacy. This is what parents who pay thousands of extra dollars to send their kids to Christian schools are paying to avoid."
Though it's not always easy for them to do so, many parents of school-age children recognize the importance of sending their children to private school – even when they can't technically afford to do so.
"It's why parents take second jobs to afford the high tuition," writes Fox about the sacrifices many parents are willing to make to send their children to private school.
"They want their kids to learn how to read and think – unlike public schools that consistently turn out illiterate children like in Chicago, where 79 percent of 8th graders can't read and 80 percent are below grade level in math. If they can't read, how do they pass any other class?"
When it comes to student safety, statistics further show that students are better off at private school – and even at Catholic schools where, despite plenty of negative press about priests and other clergy molesting children, students are statistically much less likely to be sexually assaulted.
"A 2002 congressional study of child sex abuse in public schools found that children were abused at a rate one hundred times higher than the Catholic Church scandal," Fox reports.
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