Savage Inequalities: Children In US Schools By Jonathan Kozol

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In the article, “Savage Inequalities: Children in U.S. Schools”, by Jonathan Kozol, discusses the inequalities that exist in class differences. Money is spent more in wealthy areas than in the poor or low class areas. The schools located in the wealthy areas are funded more and receive more supplies and better teachers. The schools in the not-so-wealthy areas do not have the best teachers and they need better teachers than the students in the wealthy areas. Kozol displays how schools are still segregated as they were in the past. Not to the extent of the past, but segregation has not ended as revealed in Kozol’s article. In the schools located in the poor areas, there were more black and Hispanics attending there than in the

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