Forget blaming teachers, according to Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant, working moms are to blame for the problems in public education.
Move over teachers, there's a new group to blame for the woes of America's public schools: working moms. At a Washington Post Live Event on Tuesday morning, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant stepped in it ankle deep when he responded to a question about the state of our schools, "How did America get so mediocre?"
Bryant claims that the problems with public education started when "both parents started working. The mom got in the work place."