It's pretty hypocritical to criticize someone for a problem that you have even worse than they do. It's like criticizing someone for fire hazards in their house while your house is in the process of burning down; it doesn't matter if it's your fault, you should probably deal with your own shit before you start mouthing off to other people.
Not to mention that what Jindal was actually talking about is his school voucher program, which is pretty much complete bullshit. It's an attempt to privatize the education system, and undermine public schools by reducing their funding. Pretty standard right-wing tactics of crippling something with legislation, then pointing at its failures as reasoning to get rid of it entirely — nevermind the fact that it would have performed much better if they hadn't crippled it in the first place.