The “dangerous” high school rankings are a part of the annual rankings system created by the US Department of Education, but many of these are completely irrelevant.
The rankings have no real impact on the ability of students to learn, but they do allow the US Education Department to make a profit off of schools that have a lower graduation rate.
There are actually a number of reasons why these rankings are completely meaningless.
It is estimated that only a fraction of students from disadvantaged schools achieve the required GPA in order to be considered for admission to elite schools.
In other words, it is much easier for students from the most disadvantaged backgrounds to get into a top school.
These rankings are based on standardized tests, not actual performance.
The results of these tests are used to determine who qualifies for certain types of financial aid.
There is no such thing as a “perfect” high score in the US, and the results of this system do not necessarily reflect students’ success in school.
This is why there are many students who achieve extremely high scores on standardized test but struggle to get through high school.
Another issue with the “dangerously high” rankings is that they are used as an excuse to force schools to increase their class sizes, which results in fewer resources available to teachers and administrators.
The problem with the rankings is, it has been used by the Obama administration to push for higher class sizes.
According to the New York Times , “the new standards, the most stringent since the 1990s, have caused some schools to shutter, including schools in the Chicago area where students are already stretched thin by the high-stakes test scores of their children.”
The Obama administration has also used the “school-to-prison pipeline” theory to justify higher class size in the name of “safety.”
The pipeline theory states that if you take a high school dropout from the lowest socioeconomic status and turn him into a high-achieving student, he will likely never go back to the same high school he dropped out of.
The Obama Administration is using the “safety” argument to push higher class numbers in an attempt to increase the number of black and Hispanic students attending schools in inner cities.
According the New Yorker, “The White House has long argued that a high percentage of dropouts are in poor neighborhoods, and that such neighborhoods are prone to high crime, drug addiction, and poor mental health.”
This means that students from these communities are more likely to be arrested, incarcerated, and killed.
The US Department for Education has even tried to justify these “schools closing” by citing that the higher class population is also responsible for the high murder rates in these communities.
This logic is completely nonsensical, as many of the schools that closed were not “poor,” but in fact, were overwhelmingly middle-class.
It also ignores the fact that schools that were poor in the past are often considered “good schools” by the schools in which they were run.
It’s worth noting that the Obama Administration also used this logic to justify closing the high school of Alcorn State University.
While the administration has been pushing for increased class size, the number and type of schools in America have increased exponentially over the past several decades.
According a recent report by the Education Research and Information Center (ERIC), “the number of schools increased by nearly 8,000 in the 20 years between 1990 and 2010, compared to about 3,600 schools during the same period of time.”
It is now estimated that 1.4 million American students have been enrolled in the federal-funded schools over the last decade.
Of these schools, the Department of Defense’s military academies are the most popular and most successful in the country.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the percentage of black students attending these schools increased from 2.5 percent in 1995 to 5.9 percent in 2010.
This means the number, type, and number of students attending military acadrams has increased exponentially.
It should be noted that these schools are also known as “super high schools” and are a form of “public-private partnerships” in which the private sector is compensated with tax dollars.
This type of arrangement is not uncommon in the United States, and it is one of the reasons that the average student attends these schools is because they are considered to be more “safe” than the schools they are attending.
The Department of Homeland Security and the Department for Homeland Security have both been working on plans to create a “national high school partnership.”
These plans include creating an “academic partnership” that would combine the educational benefits of private schools with the financial benefits of public schools.
Additionally, according to the American Enterprise Institute, the United Kingdom is currently “the largest and most influential country in the world to experiment with the concept of ‘national high schools.'”
This is because the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recently passed a resolution that allows for the creation of a