Nonsense. We apply ourselves because we care about education. We care about children. We have far more reason to apply ourselves than to advocate for school advertising.As it stands now the public schools have zero competition, and have zero reason to apply themselves.
If we were to remove money from schools, do you think education would improve? If not, then you can definitely see more money = better resources. There are other factors besides money that public education funding cannot solve. However, more money can help minimize those other factors by providing better resources with which to educate.
Public schools do not deny the possibility of God, they just do not teach about God. There's a difference.A public school system that denies the possibility of the existence of God is no less biased, ridiculous or more useful than schools that might actually fall under your scathing biased ridicule.
First of all, you are inappropriately blaming an economic system for what is otherwise a valid point. We should not be educating 150 IQ students the same as 65 IQ students (which, by the way, a 150 IQ student is extremely rare). This is all the better reason to advocate against a more nationalized educational system.As a socialist, you of course pursue the idea of a classless society, but a good and useful education system cannot exist if all students are treated the same and given the same education. You cannot educate someone with a 150 IQ the same way that you educate someone with an 85 IQ and when you add in the students with a 65 IQ, all you end up with is a completely useless, costly education system that meets the needs of no one. Oh, wait, that is what we have now. Could it be because decision makers have chosen, at least in part, to pursue the socialist ideal of classlessness and tries to deny differences and treat everyone the same?