LO-head-start-neg

LO-head-start-neg - Dartmouth 2K9 1 Edumacation NEG...

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7a621083af148226770095e325798f7dba48eb99.doc Dartmouth 2K9 1 Edumacation NEG EDUMACATION NEG ............................................................................................................................................................................. 1 STRATEGY SHEET ................................................................................................................................................................................. 3 HEAD START UNPOPULAR .................................................................................................................................................................. 4 HEAD START POPULAR ....................................................................................................................................................................... 5 EDUCATION CP 1/2 ................................................................................................................................................................................. 6 EDUCATION CP 2/2 ................................................................................................................................................................................. 7 INNER CITY SCHOOLS ......................................................................................................................................................................... 8 STATES SOLVE ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 9 STATES CAN SOLVE ............................................................................................................................................................................ 10 STATES SOLVE ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 2NC CP: .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 NANOTECH CP ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 NANOTECH SOLVENCY ..................................................................................................................................................................... 14 COMPETITIVENESS – NANOTECH KEY – INNOVATION/JOBS .............................................................................................. 15 COMPETITIVENESS – NANOTECH KEY – INNOVATION/JOBS .............................................................................................. 16 NANOTECH SOLVENCY ..................................................................................................................................................................... 17 NANOTECH SOLVENCY ..................................................................................................................................................................... 18 NANOTECH SPILLOVER .................................................................................................................................................................... 19 R&D KEY ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20 A2 GREY GOO ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 21 A2 GREY GOO ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 22 HEAD START BLOWS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 23 HEAD START BLOWS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 24 HEAD START BLOWS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 25 HEAD START BLOWS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 26 HEAD START BLOWS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 27 FUNDING BAD ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 28 READINESS FRONTLINE 1/4 .............................................................................................................................................................. 29 READINESS FRONTLINE 2/4 .............................................................................................................................................................. 30 READINESS FRONTLINE 3/4 .............................................................................................................................................................. 31 READINESS FRONTLINE 4/4 .............................................................................................................................................................. 32 RECRUITMENT 2NC ............................................................................................................................................................................ 33 2NC RECRUITMENT ........................................................................................................................................................................... 34 RECRUITMENT TURN EXT ............................................................................................................................................................... 35 RECRUITMENT TURN ......................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Last printed Like a Boss 1
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7a621083af148226770095e325798f7dba48eb99.doc Dartmouth 2K9 2 RECRUITMENT TURN ......................................................................................................................................................................... 37 RECRUITMENT TURN ......................................................................................................................................................................... 38 RECRUITMENT TURN ......................................................................................................................................................................... 39 RECRUITMENT TURN-INTERNALS ................................................................................................................................................ 40 RECRUITMENT TURN-INTERNALS ................................................................................................................................................ 41 HEG ANS .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 42 READINESS EXT ................................................................................................................................................................................... 43 READINESS EXT. ................................................................................................................................................................................. 44 ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44 HEG DOESN’T SOLVE WAR ............................................................................................................................................................... 45 HEG DOESN’T SOLVE WAR ............................................................................................................................................................... 46 HEG IMPACT TURNS ........................................................................................................................................................................... 47 HEG IMPACT TURNS ........................................................................................................................................................................... 48 HEG TURNS (SHORT) .......................................................................................................................................................................... 49 EKON FRONTLINE 1/ ........................................................................................................................................................................... 50 EKON FRONTLINE 2/ ........................................................................................................................................................................... 51 EKON FRONTLINE 3/ ........................................................................................................................................................................... 52 EKON EXT: ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 53 Last printed Like a Boss 2
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7a621083af148226770095e325798f7dba48eb99.doc Dartmouth 2K9 3 Strategy Sheet 2NR Strat: You can go or the Nanotech CP that solves the Competitiveness advantage and for the military recruitment link turn on case, or the heg bad turns. In the 2NR you have to win that CP solves a majority of their Competitiveness advantage and win some offense on case. With this strategy you can also go for either Fiscal Responsibility Disad or Politics. Your second option to address the Affirmative is to simply solve all of the case by counter planning to solve the education system. This is a more straight foreword strategy in which you will have to win a risk of your Net Benefits(Politics or Spending) in order to win the round. A good thing about this CP is that the solvency for the CP, can be used as solvency take outs to the case. Read the cards that indicate that Head Start can’t help people because of the education system in urban areas are really bad. Last printed Like a Boss 3
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7a621083af148226770095e325798f7dba48eb99.doc Dartmouth 2K9 4 Head Start Unpopular Head Start has lost support in congress Jennifer Niesslein, 2003, The Nation, “Spanking Head Start” http://www.thenation.com/doc/20031020/niesslein Head Start a problem? That's how Bush & Co. tell it. According to conservatives, too little emphasis on school readiness and too much bureaucracy are holding Head Start--and the children it serves--back. Could it be true? Are we really doing a disservice to already disadvantaged kids? John Boehner, chair of the House education committee, seems to think so. "Head Start's graduates beginning kindergarten are more than 25 percentile points below in average skills like recognizing letters, numbers, shapes and colors. Too many children in Head Start are being left behind." But if you ask, "Below what? Behind whom?" you'll find a statistical sleight of hand.
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