reflections on faith and justice from an urban minister's perspective
This ongoing story is very fascinating. Interestingly, the folks pushing for the segregated schools were largely African-Americans. The idea was that funding would be equal (between suburban and urban). I have to admit, I'm optimistic urban schools could compete, whether segregated or not, if funding was equal.I read last week in the Tribune that Naperville now has professional quality workout centers in their elementary and middle schools. What an advantage those schools have over those here in Chicago.
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