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This is a truckload of horse crap. Upward social mobility is at an all-time high. The single largest factor to failure is not race or neighborhood, but the single parent home. Period. Snoopy and Woodstock LGBT love wins shirt The video says the good schools and the bad schools are only blocks away. Seems like walking several blocks to school would be a better option than going to a bad school.
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The cause of single parenthood? Moreover, the cause of single parenthood in African American communities? The ratio of single parenthood in African American families compared to White American families? Open your eyes a bit. It’s a circle, everything’s connected. Much like I dunno, a system? I am certainly not offended. I apologize if you somehow got that feeling as you were reading this. I come from the same background as you in that we both came from poor schools Snoopy and woodstock LGBT love wins shirt in underfunded towns. I watched as more wealthy students went to bigger and better high schools because they could afford to. It is clearly not fair. How do you fix it is the question. My opinion is both better funding AND providing choice as to what school you choose to go to would help address the issue. Do we at least agree on that?
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In a voucher system, everyone would be equally given the same amount of money to attend school. People are still going to choose to pay extra to go to private schools. It seemed that this discussion was about public schools and the disparity in public funding. If everyone has the same amount of money and the same choices why would there be poor public schools and rich public schools? Because as idealistic as it does seem, it doesn’t work. There are still only so many seats in a class room. Everyone would not be able to attend the same school. However, if both schools were funded equally and had the same opportunities available for all students… well doesn’t that just seem like a more reasonable solution?