Equality, Freedom, Education: (4) Public Education and Eating the Rich–Part 2

A disadvantage for advantaged conservative policy makers is that they are generally clueless about what it means to be truly poor in today’s America. While I am not a conservative, I am advantaged, and were it not for the opportunity to serve “failing” charter schools in Philadelphia, as well as students from inner-city Wilmington, Delaware, when I was a high school principal, I would not have any appreciation of what it means to be truly poor.

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