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posted by proftom

In reply to: Blackmon: Georgia lawmakers fragmenting education »

February 24, 2013

"We are resegregating our schools by race and class, making the quality of a child’s education dependent on his ZIP code or his parent’s income."

Actually it has been that way for a long time. However, this article just describes the latest attempt to game the system for the well-heeled and well connected.

Some might accuse you of resorting to "class warfare". But really class warfare has been waged by the "powers that be" for a long time. Just that now it is a little easier to expose this, although not any much easier to prevent it.

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