The “great irony” of the progressive stance on educational equity.

The great irony is that the same progressives who advocate for equal access to marriage, equal access to a living wage, equal access to health insurance, and equal access to college with financial aid, oppose or fall completely silent when it comes to equal access to quality K-12 schools.
Kristen Forbriger

She’s talking about Philly, but it’s true all over.

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