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Before the Big Game!, consider the declining quality of education at the schools.

College graduates are responsible, in part, for a “knowledge crisis” regarding basic civic literacy in the United States, according to a recent survey that revealed “alarming results.” For example, less than half of college graduates surveys knew the term lengths of U.S. Senators and Representatives.

A recent survey has uncovered “alarming results” which point to “a crisis in civic understanding and the urgent need for a renewed focus on civics education at the postsecondary level,” according to the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA), which commissioned the survey.

Two terms: one in office, one in prison! Haha. Sad…

When they’re not learning anything, at least the kids can make demonic fools of themselves. And, of course, there’s the football thing, which should be converted into a minor league and severed from the … schools. (I keep wanting to type “schools” as with the K-12 “schools.”)