Long after Brown v Board of Ed I & II school districts resisted equality measures moving forward with "all deliberate speed." A half a century later, the surest way to keep a steady stream of under-educated, inexpensive, and expendable workers is to screw them at the one equalizer that has worked in the past...a quality education. Think of who benefits from disproportionate spending and under-investment in public education...you've got it. The 1% ers!
STORY: Education Gap Grows Between Rich And Poor, Studies Show