But apparently, teaching children how to read in Detroit is even harder.
Only 7% of Detroit public school 8th grade students are grade-level proficient in reading.
Yet, there remain no consequences for such abominable statistics.
There is no punishment for the teachers' role in raising a generation of illiterates in one of the most dysfunctional, broke cities in America.
Welcome to the vice-grip of unions, to the soul-crushing reality of Democratic run municipalities.