Jan 8, 2018
The public school system is perhaps one of the greatest accomplishments made by the United States. However, one expert says an integrated education as the path to access equality for all Americans remains, in some ways, as remoted now as it was in the past. On today’s Perspective program a look at the corporate takeover of education and the privatization – and profitability – of separate and unequal schools.
Guest: Noliwe Rooks, director of American Studies at Cornell University.
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