Myth Of Public Education

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Viewing public education in a negative manner has become a norm throughout the American society. Although there are many different organizations throughout America fighting for a variety of changes they all have one thing in common. They are all working towards improving the issues facing our public education system. Although everyone has their own opinion on who they feel is right and who is wrong. What we do know is that America was a country who was once referred to as “the land of opportunity” but for reason like the following that saying is simply another myth surrounding our country. In the southeast community of Baton Rouge their approach to improving education went as far as proposing a division between cities. In which they would
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