Closed: The U. S. Education Department.

Since its inception 40 years ago as a political payoff from President Jimmy Carter to the National Education Association, the Department of Education has engaged in scores of dubious actions that have made millions of Americans yearn for its expulsion.

The most recent example of comes from a long string of audits showing the federal department is doing a lousy job keeping tabs on the $38 billion it receives to administer federally funded K–12 programs.“Complex and persistent”is how Congress’ spending watchdog, the Government Accountability Office, described the agency’s mismanagement of data, oversight, and evaluation.

Vicki Alger, author of the book "Failure: The Federal Misedukation of America's Children" joins Rod at 4:20 to discuss closing the Federal Education Department.

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