...if you are a school with a large poor or minority student population, the state wants to control you. If however, your district is primarily white and non-poor, the state says (for now) you can govern yourself. (my addition)
Every school is a microcosm of the community it serves, that is, every school that serves any and all students in the neighborhood. … (Charter schools) embrace select children from the neighborhood while flatly rejecting the broad sweep of the neighborhood’s culture, preferring to substitute their own pre-manufactured culture-like products.
The idea of war among nations is obsolete. It’s the (ultra-rich) versus the rest of us. It’s not democracy vs. communism, Islam vs. Christianity, or earth vs. aliens. It’s the ultra-rich against the rest of us. They didn’t get to be the ultra-rich by being compassionate.