Education of inner cities - civil rights issue of the day?

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    Former Secretary Rice said it was. I am just curious what everyone else thinks.
     
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    They are getting the education that the dems want them to get.

    Far below par and unionized.

    Dems run the dept of ed. If they actually cared, the DOE would have been disbanded as a failed idea once we slipped out of the top 10 rankings world wide, but they won't.

    Why?

    It's a twoferone deal.

    They feed the unions that feed them
    And they keep blacks and hispanics dumb and poor and reliant on government entitlements.
     
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    The biggest problem with inner city education is the attitudes of most inner city kids. School isn't a place for work and achievement for them. It's a place to hang out, be cool, disruptive, and work to enhance their cred with their peers. Then when they drop out as ignorant morons they pass the same on to their offspring and the cycle of doom continues.
     

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