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In a city like Chicago the name Giordanos is synonymous with good pizza It is well known that you will not find someone who has never heard of it or will you I did find someone that had never heard of Giordanos She is 12 years old in the fifth grade and comes from the Cabrini Green neighborhood I was shocked at first but then I came to realize the world she was from was not the one I was from I met her while tutoring at Fourth Presbyterian Church Like many marginalized people she is the victim of a disadvantaged neighborhood where educational resources are next to none This is a huge problem in the United States of America where educational opportunities should be bountiful and even more so a basic right as a U S citizen For children in Cabrini Green the reality is that they will probably never leave the way of life they were born into As an educated scholar at a major university I will describe how the Catholic social teaching supports the right for everyone to have an equal education I will also use Wilson and Hobgoods critiques and suggestions and apply to them to this specific concern Lastly I will explain how my own ideas must be critiqued and what further things must be considered to fully provide a solid analysis of this important issue The neighborhood public schools that serve Cabrini Green and Henry Horner homes children are made up of the most marginalized populations in the city of Chicago Despite the fact that education is available and free to everyone in the United States of America it is not available by the standards of distributive justice Public education serves to provide the necessary resources only to those communities that can afford them So it is only through generous acts that education for the marginalized is somewhat improved This is not up to par with human dignity
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