Summary: This Negative Brief puts the Rebuild America's Schools Act in its proper place: A waste of money that doesn't do anything it claims to do.
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About "Rebuild America's Schools Act (NEG)"
Summary: AFF plan passes a bill pending in Congress called the Rebuild America’s Schools Act. The Act would spend about $100 billion in federal money on school infrastructure projects to fix unsafe and crumbling school buildings. Negative argues that there is plenty of funding available in Status Quo at the State level. And federal spending on infrastructure never creates all, or even many, of the promised jobs. The money allocated by this Act won’t address the underlying problem and will create disadvantages related to promoting internet use in schools, which, surprisingly, reduces academic achievement among young people by reducing their attention spans and making them lazy about research.
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