Portland school board members have voted to combine 'special eduction' for the developmentally disabled with regular education finding middle ground for all students
WCNN - Reporter
August 8, 2014
Much research has indicated that whatever it is that emerges from public Portland schools is at or near clinically developmentally disabled levels. These graduates can be seen rummaging around town without jobs, plans and any resemblance of cognitive thought. Experts agree that any person dressing exactly the same as all other residents and somehow thinking they are unique is certainly a sign they have clinical mental disabilities.
IQ levels are taken from students entering middle school then once again after graduation. Studies show the students in the developmentally disabled classes start off with a lower IQ score then within a couple years surpass the students in regular education. Given the end result being almost identical intelligence the board thinks the combination will result in the same education for both groups of students.
With the savings involved with combining all the students into the same classes Portland intends to construct a massive sculpture of a vulture eating a deer carcass, made mostly out of gold to represent the smell of the overall situation.