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EDN 200 Savage Inequalities Where should I start I learned so much from this book because it has shown me both sides of the story I knew both sides all along but not with such graphic detail The way I was raised it is easier to agree with the more wealthy societys opinion--not really to agree but to justify Im not saying this view is necessarily correct For example the talk of how taking money from schools that are better funded due to that area paying higher taxes and giving to another area that does not pay as much in taxes is sometimes referred to as Robin Hood andor Socialism-type ideas I disagree with the Robin Hood and Socialistic ideas I am for Capitalism in its purest form however there is a big fairness issue involved in public education I believe in fairness and justice Judging from this book our public education system is horrendous I believe in as little government influence on society as possible On most issues where people want to involve the government I say no However I feel education is the nations business Providing children with an education will teach them to learn and help themselves If they are not given the opportunities to learn how can society expect them to play a positive role in our economy Children are the future its a fact The children are going to grow up and be the adults that make the economy work or not work I think it is an essential investment to give quality education to all children I think in this case it is appropriate for the government to be involved I found Kozols research to be quite informative His work is fairly unbiased which allows me to see both sides of the story Much of the book is demographics There is a lot of comparing of suburban and urban schools It shows the drastic differences in the suburban
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