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By Lauren Camera , US News & World Report
African-American and Latino parents believe the public education system is largely rigged against them, so much so that one-third of African-American parents think public schools aren't even trying to educate black students, according to a new poll.
The survey from The Leadership Conference Education Fund, the education research arm of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, shows that 83 percent of African-American parents and 61 percent of Latino parents reject the notion their communities receive as much education funding as white communities. And more than two-thirds of African-American parents, or 66 percent, say the quality of education provided to black children is not as good as it is for white children.
Commentary from: Lynn J. Cheramie III, Founder, Freedom Fighters of America
Propaganda that does nothing but promote racism. Black Children are in the same classes as Whites so you may want to look at the child that's learning the material and not the system that tries to educate them.
FREEDOM FIGHTERS OF AMERICA