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Posted October 25, 2003
Eye opening but biased...
Kozol is definately given props for the shock factor in this book... His research and publication of this book show some extreme cases of educational inequality. I'm sure we all agree that inequality is bad, but Kozol goes one step too far by placing blame on the evil white middle class society. A student from Morris High [page 104] shows the reader exactly where most of the blame should lie, and its not with the white middle class who have struggled for generations to get where they are. Upward social mobility does not happen overnight - it takes HARD work - and if some people are not up to that challenge, then their situation is their problem, not the problem of the white middle class...
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Posted March 25, 2010
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